If you are considering a high school for your child we understand it can be a difficult decision.  At Shevington we take pride in ensuring all of our students are given every opportunity to understand that ‘Life is What You Make it’.  Below are links to help navigate around to relevant information on our website to help you make an informed choice of high school.

Our Vision

To read more about our school vision click here


How do students feel about moving to Shevington High School?

How do parents feel about their children starting Shevington High School?

The following report includes responses from consultation with our new Year 7 parents.

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At Shevington we deliver a SAIL curriculum.  To find out more follow these links:

All about our curriculum

Some examples of Y8 project work – Y8 Inspiration projects


What do our students get up to?

Follow our Facebook page to see some of the amazing stories we share throughout the year


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Y7 have been invited to watch the school school production this morning ... See MoreSee Less

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Year 10 getting to grips with some plumbing at Wigan & Leigh College today. ... See MoreSee Less

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Staff and pupils taking part in the Christmas Jumper day today raising money for Save the Children. A couple of our staff members won the best Staff Christmas Jumper. 🎄👕 ... See MoreSee Less

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Today, pupils at Shevington High School have replicated the National Elections today by holding their own General Election ballot in school during their break and lunchtime.

Over the past few weeks, the key policies from all key parties have been taught across school in themed assemblies led by ‘political ambassadors’ in Year 11 and also in form time. Shevington High School students have even looked at the plight of the suffragettes and the importance of registering to vote and placing that cross on the ballet paper. Earlier in the week, on Monday, several representatives from Year 10 and Year 11 attended the Youth Hustings in Wigan and met the candidates battling for the seat, including current Wigan MP Lisa Nandy.

Today, students have set up the hall as a polling station and queued to register for their ballot paper before enthusiastically casting their votes and placing it in a ballet box. Some were even willing to share their reasons for their vote choices on video.

Voting closed at 2pm and out of 629 votes cast the results are as following:

Conservatives – 123
Labour – 348
Liberal Democrats – 73
Green Party – 51
Brexit – 34

A victory here at school for Labour today and we will await to see how this will compare to national results…!
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