Year 5 have been looking into worry dolls during their art lessons.
Worry dolls are handmade dolls, most often made in Guatemala from wire, wool and small pieces of fabric. The dolls are often tiny, though Western versions can be much larger. Traditionally, the dolls are given to children to help them with their worries. Children will share their concerns with the dolls and then place them under their pillows where the worries will go away overnight.
They have made their own fantastic worry dolls, well done girls!