CHILDREN at The Firs Prep School in Chester have been working hard on the creation of a special art project called ‘Angel Wings’.

The children have taken part in the special new project, designed to help the children reflect and rebuild their school community after the difficult year they have all experienced.

The ‘Angel Wings’ project was masterminded by the school’s head of art and design Sarah Bettany, who wanted to it to represent each child at The Firs School.

She said: "Whilst each feather, beautiful on its own, together as a collective, they are much more beautiful and make a stronger impact. This project became a celebration and representation of our full Firs family reunited.”

Rosemary Blackburn, headteacher at The Firs Prep School, added: "Community at The Firs Prep School is absolutely fundamental to the way we operate as a school, so our latest art project, ‘Angel Wings’ was designed to help us start to rebuild again.

"The children all really embraced taking part and each class has had the opportunity to visit the display and take a photo in front of the angel wings.

"The angel wings will also sit in the lunch hall as a reminder of the special message they represent."