Notre Dame students put feelings into clay figurines

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Notre Dame students put feelings into clay figurines

Students at Notre Dame High School in Norwich have created clay figurines to express how they are feeling as the country comes out of pandemic-related restrictions.

The project was initiated by the Norwich 2040 Local Cultural Educational Partnership, which is led by Norwich City Council.

All students in Year 8 created a figurine holding a message saying how they were feeling.

“Seeing all the models together shows how each of us is a unique individual with our own personality,” commented one student.

“It’s OK not to feel happy the whole time,” said another. “Each of our emotions helps us to discover who we really are.”

The figurines have gone on tour and will be displayed at Norwich Castle.