It was a breathtaking giant of a ship, the largest man-made object ever built and thought by thousands to be ‘unsinkable’. So why, and how, did the Titanic sink?
Welcome to the Seaside Cafe! On the menu today is Titanic Trifle and the opportunity to explore this world-famous ship. Consider what life on board would have been like for passengers and crew, plus how this would have changed depending on their status. Work together to create soundscapes and perform a catchy sea shanty. Discuss what, if anything, could have prevented the disastrous end to this incredible ship's maiden voyage.
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