Some built up their slabs into bas-relief sculptures; others carved into the clay.They applied three layers of coloured engobes (liquid clay slips) to ensure brilliant colours after fir- ing.

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The VICT Clay Girl At Trafalgar's International Festival in March 2003, Traf celebrated the countries represented by its student population.

The school community was broken up into 16 teams, each representing a different geographic region.

Over the following six months, the students researched, designed and created Clay Girl under the supervision of Lori Litvack, one of the school's art teachers.

As they built their human mosaic, students and teachers revelled in the chance to share pride in their cultural traditions and create a collective understanding that our differences can bring us together.

Clay Girl is now mounted in the front hallway of the school where she can be seen by all who enter.

Making Clay Girl The students first traced an outline of one of their bodies on paper.

The silhouette was cut into 16 puzzle pieces and distrib- uted to the teams, who then decided on the designs.

The students worked directly on half-inch slabs of clay.

Trafalgar School for Girls "As they built their human mosaic, students and teachers revelled in the chance to share pride in their cultural traditions and create a collective understanding that our differences can bring us together." Spring 2004 Clay Giri 1 Traf Today 2 Principal's Message 3 Nancy's News 4-5 Alumnae News 6-12 Lost Alumnae 13 TOGA News 14 Field Experience 15 Upcoming Events 16 I Traf Today The Victory The Victory is published by the Development Office.