Pupils' artistic impression

 

A COVETED award has been presented to a Widnes high school for its outstanding achievements in the arts.
Fairfield High School was awarded the Artsmark Gold Award by the Arts Council England in recognition of the school's commitment to developing a varied and dynamic arts programme.

One of its latest productions is the anti-bullying film Why Me? which has been shown at schools across the area.
Jeff Hughes, headteacher of Fairfield High School, said:
'The school is delighted at being recognised as Artsmark Gold standard.
'It is just reward for Fairfield High offering pupils and the wider community access to both high quality and wide ranging arts provision'
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Pupils Artistic impression

  ARTS AWARD: Fairfield High School students Alice Halbert, 11, and Lewis O'Neill, 13, accepted-the Artsmark Gold Award award on behalf of the school.
  Article and Pictures Courtesy of The Weekly News