Millfield High School

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Millfield Science & Performing Arts College
Type Community school
Headteacher Sean Bullen
Location Belvedere Road
England England
53°51′54″N 3°00′03″W / 53.8651°N 3.0007°W / 53.8651; -3.0007Coordinates: 53°51′54″N 3°00′03″W / 53.8651°N 3.0007°W / 53.8651; -3.0007
Local authority Lancashire
DfE number 888/4011
DfE URN 119714 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16

Millfield Science and Performing Arts College (known as Millfield High School until 2005) is a mixed comprehensive school located in Thornton, Lancashire, England. Millfield has around 800 pupils, aged 11 to 16. Its head teacher is Mr S. Bullen. It also changes its motto every 5 years. As the previous motto "Success For All" was created in 2006 the school have come up with a new motto "Creating Bright Futures".

It was also school of the year for 2013 in the Evening Gazette.

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The school gained specialist college status in 2005.[1] Millfield consists:

The school has a large field, two tarmac playgrounds and sports hall for P.E sessions and for use by the school sport clubs. .


  1. ^ The Specialist School College

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