Ceriann Magill

Sport and Exercise Sciences

Ceriann Magill is an academic member of staff (with teaching duties). Ceri teaches on the BA (Hons) Physical Education Programme. On this course she has responsibility for the delivery of physiology, scientific principles and personal and professional development. Ceri is currently working towards her PhD which is central to physical education teaching efficacy and the value of work based placements. Her other research interests focus around teaching and learning. Ceri is a member of the psychology and development research group in the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences. She is an experienced physical education teacher and has worked in schools within North Shropshire. Ceri has worked as head of department, school sport co-ordinator and has integrated a range of initiatives including Living for Sport, Step into Sport and Sport Leaders within her teaching. Ceri is a member of the Association for Physical Education (AfPE).


2010, University of Chester, United Kingdom, MSc, Exercise and Nutrition Science
2002, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, BA (Hons), Physical Education and Life Science (QTS)

Academic appointments

Senior Lecturer Physical Education, Liverpool John Moores University, 2011 - present

Postgraduate training

PG Cert Teaching and Learning, United Kingdom, LJMU, 2012 - 2013


Walsh BA, Magill C. 2019. Learning to Teach in the Secondary School Capel S, Leask M. Learning to Teach in the Secondary School :173-185 Routledge 9780415495325

Journal article

Money J, Dinning T, Nixon S, Walsh B, Magill C. 2016. Co- Creating a Blended learning Curriculum in Transition to Higher Education: A Student Viewpoint. Creative Education, DOI Public Url

Walsh BA, Magill C, Nixon S, Dinning T, Money J. 2015. Can a blended learning approach enhance student’s transition into higher education? A study to explore perceptions, engagement and progression. International Journal of Advancement in Education and Social Sciences, 3 :1-7

Conference publication

Magill C. The flipped classroom AfPE Teaching and Learning Conference: Physical Education

Magill C. Blended learning through transition AfPE Teaching and learning: physical education

Magill C. The European First Year Experience European First Year Experience 2014


Higher Education Academy, Liverpool John Moores University. 2011

Teaching qualification:

Post Graduate Certificate of Teaching and Learning in HE. 2011

Qualified Teachers Status: Physical Education. 2002

Membership of professional bodies:

Association for Physical Education, Association for Physical Education. 2011