Titanic adventure

ALL DRESSED UP From left, Mackenzie Drackett, Johnny Lound, Missy Austin Whittle and Mea Croker.  Picture: Allan Hutchings (121107-406)
ALL DRESSED UP From left, Mackenzie Drackett, Johnny Lound, Missy Austin Whittle and Mea Croker. Picture: Allan Hutchings (121107-406)
Dogs use facial expressions to communicate

Dogs use facial expressions to communicate

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YOUNGSTERS are enjoying a Titanic week as they re-enact the story of maritime tragedy 100 years ago.

Hundreds of boys and girls at Milton Park Primary transformed into passengers of the huge ship that sank after it struck an iceberg.

Headteacher Julie Smith, who was dressed as the ‘unsinkable Molly Brown’, said: ‘The whole school has come alive.

‘The children are have been fascinated with the story and they’re all buzzing with facts about the Titanic and her passengers.’

She added: ‘When you have the 100th anniversary of a major local event it’s important for the children to understand its history and effect it had on people.’