To mark the 100 year anniversary of the sinking of The Titanic, P5 Pupils from St Bartholomew's Primary worked with Caledonian Club staff and student mentors on a Uni Day project with a Titanic theme. Pupils had been learning about the history of the famous cruise ship in school and with the Club, they learned more about the facilities on board, the roles of crew members and society at that time. They looked at what remains of the ship wreck now and then thought about the hierachy of the sea, in the way the different classes of passengers and crew were like a hierachy. Through a drama workshop, pupils explored the idea of the Titanic 100 years on, refurbished and reopen as The Hotel Titanic!!! For this, groups had to decide what facilities would still be on their area of the ship and which sea life creatures would be the passengers and crew. They presented their ideas in short drama performance. With the help of our drama leader, Neil Francis, we took the pupils brilliant ideas and turned them into a script for a Hotel Titanic tourism film and when pupils came to GCU the following week to be students for a day and learn all about university, they made a stop motion animation film and narrated their story. Students from Multi Media, Animation and Graphic Design helped them with their animation ‘The Hotel Titanic'. Thanks to 4th year, 3D Animation student, Antony Lingard for putting this animation together for us.