Headteacher’s Welcome

Maghull High School is proud of its ethos and standing within the community. Our talented and committed staff is dedicated to enabling each pupil to reach his or her full potential and to become mature and responsible citizens. We have a vibrant extra-curricular life not only through our specialist status as a Performing Arts College but also through our extensive sports programme and much more besides.

Roadworks

Roadworks

There are many roadworks over the next few weeks which will have an impact on School Buses and local traffic.

Please click on the link below to download all the information

Roadworks information document

Year 7 First day arrangements

We are looking forward to your child starting with us on Tuesday 2nd September. On that day, they will have main school to themselves as the remainder of our students start on Wednesday 3rd September. We will expect the students to gather on the back playground by the Gainsborough entrance no later than 8.45am in order to be organised for assembly in the Arts Theatre.

We have planned an exciting programme of activities for the day, including time in tutor, a tour of the school, team building games and Laser Quest. The students will also have their photograph taken on that day to ensure swift production of their catering/library cards. In the interim period they will be given a temporary catering card without a photograph, which they will be able to use on that first day.

Students are expected to wear school uniform and will need to bring their school bag with full equipment, including their Nexus. They will not require PE kit on their first day.

If you have any concerns or queries regarding your child’s start at Maghull High School, please do not hesitate to contact school on 08444773438 or email bennett.m@maghullhigh.com.

 

British Open 2014

Mr Couttie organised a trip for a group of students to attend the British Open 2014 at Royal Liverpool Hoylake on Tuesday 15th July. 

Students enjoyed golf lessons, putting competitions and watching the worlds best golfers up close.

 

Sefton Super Reads 2014 - Trip & Event.

The Ceremony took place on Thursday 12th June 2014 at the Atkinson in Southport. We took all of our pupils along who had read and written reviews for the books nominated for the event (8 in total);

    • Erin Craine (Year 7)
    • Bliss Thorpe (Year 7)
    • Alicia Oldfield (Year 7)
    • Bethany Barlow (Year 8)
    • Macy Evers (Year 9)
    • Toria Hatton (Year 9)
    • Dylan Horton (Year 9)
    • Lemmy Campbell (Year 9)

A summary of the event will appear later on the Sefton Libraries’ website, Facebook and Twitter pages in due course.

Book Nominees - Reviews

As in previous years the reviews could be hand written, typed on blank paper or into the pro-forma provided. Plain or coloured paper, were also acceptable. Illustrations could be included but the judging was on the quality of the written response to the book.

Members of the Senior Library Management Team had then judged the reviews.

On the day of the awards - The reviews were displayed in the Atkinson Library or Arts Studio, grouped by title.

Awards & Certificates

A prize was awarded to the pupils judged to have written the best review, for each book – (6 prizes in all).

I am pleased to say that two of our pupils; Alicia Oldfield and Erin Craine (Year 7) both won in this category and received a prize (£5 book token) for their amazing written reviews to the books.

Please see all the pupils’ reviews on the school website together with pictures.

The pupils were a credit to the school on the day and enjoyed a tour of the new refurbished Atkinson Art Gallery and Library. We are so looking forward to participating in next years Sefton Super Reads already!