Headteacher’s Welcome

Maghull High School is proud of its ethos and standing within the community. Our talented and committed staff are 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 cultural experiences.


We are delighted to have now formally joined the Southport Learning Trust in November 2020.  Maghull High school are looking forward to working in partnership across the Trust to help to further improve the life chances of all students and achieve excellent outcomes for the children of Maghull High School.


Ms Davina Aspinall




Holocaust Memorial Day Service

Below is a link to view the Holocaust Memorial Day Service on Monday 27th January 2014 held at the Meadows Library Complex. Students from Maghull High School took part in the service by reading extracts from text provided by the Anne Frank Trust.

Students involved included Sophie McHugh, Stephanie Ryder-Walker, Rhiannan Hibbert and David Murphy (Year 11 pupils). Luke Moss and Joseph Whearty (Year 10 pupils).

e-Safety Award

Congratulations to all the staff and students who worked together to help our school gain the prestigious national 360° e-Safety award. We were assessed independently on all aspects of our work to keep Maghull High students safe online. Special congratulations go to our Peer Mentor team who designed and produced three short films for our assemblies and who hope to take the safety message to our feeder primary schools next term.

We are one of only 2 schools in the Merseyside area to qualify for this award. Well done to you all

Ada at the Edge

Some of our Year 8 girls were lucky enough to be invited to a Computing and Technology day at Edge Hill University.

The day focused on girl's design aspirations by focusing on design and creativity through technology and computing. Activities included wearable technology, designing inspirational mobile apps,and creating small computer games using Stencyl. They also looked at stereo-types of computer scientists. The girls enjoyed computing and technology in a fun atmosphere.

The day certainly inspired some of our year 8 girls to be some of our future Computer Scientists!

BTEC Engineering Trip To John Moores

The whole year 12 BTEC Engineering group recently spent the day at John Moore’s Engineering department.

They were involved in materials testing and also spent some time with the Formulae Student Group. This is an international competition were students have to design, build and race a car in different arenas across the world. The JMU team have recently invested heavily in new materials and processes to make this year’s car the most competitive yet.

JMU has a good ‘track record’ in this competition and we wish them every success this year.

In the photograph is Paul Wright (Head of Department) explaining how the Formulae Student competition works.