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Minecraft Short Film

The Firs Scoops 1st Prize for the ISA National Short Film Award


​Great news! Our entry into the national ISA (Independent Schools’ Association) digital media competition has scooped first prize in the short film category.​It was made by a group of identified technology-talented junior pupils, and Mr Longman, using the Minecraft software and superimposed with real film to create a stunning film guide to the Firs. We are really proud of this achievement which again highlights our expertise in the computing and technology fields. To view the short film – Click here.
Year 6

100% of Year 6 gain 1st Choice Secondary School


100% of  Y6 take up places in their First choice Secondary School

We are so proud of our Year 6 pupils, all of whom have been accepted into their first choice Secondary School. Indeed many pupils have found themselves in a dilemma with more than one school offering them a place. Three of our pupils were also offered academic scholarships. Read more

ISA Netball

ISA Netball Tournament Gold Medal


The Firs participated in a Netball high fives tournament at Hulme Grammar School . There were 8 matches we lost one, drew one and won the rest. The best score we won was 5-0 and at the end the tournament we had a massive lead which meant we got gold medals and finished first in our division. We won the championship!

December 2017

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  • LAMDA EXAMs in school
  • FPG Christmas Fair
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  • netball match v our lady star
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  • Firs Fellowship - Heywood room
  • Nativity to parents
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  • West Cheshire Cross Country series race 2
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  • Children's Pantomine in school.
  • Christmas jumper day
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  • Christmas service All Saints
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  • School closes at 3.30pm for Christmas
  • Firs Fellowship - Heywood room
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For full calendar dates see parent area.

How to Find Us


The Firs School is situated at the point where Well Lane and Wealstone Lane join Newton Lane on the corner of Newton Lane, Well Lane and Wealstone Lane in the residential area of Newton just off the A41 Chester ring road with easy access to the M53, M56 and A55 to North Wales.