As part of our project on the ill-fated liner, we visited the Sea City museum in Southampton to look round the Titanic exhibition and take port in a workshop exploring the city's links with White Star Line's most famous vessel. It was a fascinating and moving experience, as we uncovered further facts about that fateful night in 1912. On this page you will find a selection of photos to give you a flavour of the day. If you get a chance to visit the museum yourself, do!
Up close and personal with the Titanic.
Lucy in a lifejacket.
Deciding who should get on the lifeboats was hard.
Groups explored historical sources of evidence.
Museum Staff helped bring the exhibition to life.
Thomas as look-out Archie Jewell
Cameron - a classy captain
Pupils dress up to help tell the tragic story.