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Poles offer a welcome at high school

PUBLISHED: 18:25 30 July 2008 | UPDATED: 14:37 14 July 2010

The Attleborough youngsters with their totem poles.

The Attleborough youngsters with their totem poles.

SEVENTEEN students from Attleborough High School and their teacher, Amy Lee, head of art, have been participating in a summer school challenge funded by Norfolk County Council.

The Attleborough youngsters with their totem poles.

SEVENTEEN students from Attleborough High School and their teacher, Amy Lee, head of art, have been participating in a summer school challenge funded by Norfolk County Council.

They have created three totem poles, ranging in height from 2.5 to 3.5 meters and painted them with designs inspired by Native American Art and showing images of the local community, school and history of Attleborough.

The Totem poles are situated in the grounds at the front of the school for all the community to see and enjoy and to convey that it is a creative and welcoming school.


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