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




Sefton SEN Ofsted Letter for Parents/Carers

Parents/carers of children with Special Educational Needs and or Disabilities, including children on an ECHP or receiving SEN Support are invited to fill in an online survey, the link for which can be found in the attached letter.

Click here to download letter

We have a winner!

Charley Beasley, Year 9, has been selected as a winner of Save the Children’s ‘Words not Weapons’ competition. This is a phenomenal achievement as the standard of entries was incredibly high and the judges were blown away by the quality, empathy and power of these entries from over 100 schools in the country. Charley's artwork will be printed in a book alongside Yemeni children’s messages which will be presented to the UK government, asking them to act for the children of Yemen.

Online Safety


An interesting read for parents concerned about this social media challenge targeting children and young people.

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Stitch a Tree Exhibition

The artwork of students and staff from Maghull High School is currently on display at the Whitworth Gallery, Manchester, as part of the project ‘Threading Bearing Witness’. The project aims to connect communities and individuals across the UK to show support for displaced people around the world. All of those involved stitched a tree which was arranged into a large embroidery called Forest by the artist Alice Kettle. Forest is on display until 24th February 2019.