Background


On a cold still night in the North Atlantic on April 14th 1912 the largest and most famous passenger ship steams towards it’s ultimate doom. A collision with an iceberg 375 miles south of Newfoundland seals the fate of what was regarded as the unsinkable ship. Learn of the events of this disaster which shocked the whole world for generations to come. Listen to the story of Titanic’s captain who paid the ultimate price and went down with his ship. Hear about the lessons which were learnt from this terrible disaster.

Typical Workshop
  • The Titanic The greatest ship the world has seen
  • The story of Captain Edward Smith.
  • The sinking of the Titanic and her legacy.
  • Go on a trail and Stamp your own Titanic boarding pass with a number of stamps related to this incredible story.
  • Hear the story of some survivors pupils dress up
Testimonial

“Adrian visited our year ones as Captain Edward Smith, the captain of the tragic liner Titanic. You could tell before Adrian even entered the room he had thoroughly researched his role and thought of how he could engage the children. He thought of every tiny detail; his uniform and make up was amazing, he really did look like the real thing! Adrian’s entrance was spellbinding and once he started his talk he had us all engrossed in his tales of the fateful voyage. Following his performance, Adrian took the children on a Titanic trail around the school grounds, finding out more facts and collecting stamps on their boarding pass. The children were so excited to learn more facts about the Titanic and get answers to their unanswered questions. I would wholeheartedly recommend Adrian to support the learning within your school, a fabulous and unforgettable experience for all!

It truly was amazing!!!!!! Thank you again.”

Nicola Endean Year1 Teacher
Parc-Eglos Primary School Helston