One of the first things we did was dress up as some passengers on board the Titanic.
We thought about whether each of our passengers would have survived the Titanic disaster. What do you think?
How do you know which people are passengers and which are members of the crew?
Here, we are looking at different primary sources, and finding out something we didn't already know.
This group has been working out how to make this icecube tray remain afloat while filling different compartments with water. We used what we already knew from our science experiements to keep the icecube tray balanced.
Finally, we had to make a tough decision. We were given a selection of passengers and told we could only save three... but which ones? This activity sparked off some really interesting debates!
Miss Halton made us pose for some more photos because we looked so good!
We then went on a tour of the museum with a guide.
What did you find out year five?
After lunch, we went back around the museum in smaller groups so we could have a go on the interactive activities, as there were so many!
Alfie is working hard to stoke the furnaces in the engine room!
Maddy is sending some morse code... SOS!
We had a fantastic day at the Seacity Museum, and would fully recommend a visit as there is still lots to uncover!