|The global lack of clean water for human sanitation and other purposes has become an emerging dilemma for human beings. The presence of organic pollutants in wastewater produced by textile industries, leather manufacturing and chemical industries is an alarming matter for a safe environment and human health. For the last decades, conventional methods have been applied for the purification of water but due to industrialization these methods fall short. Advanced oxidation processes and their reliable application in degradation of many contaminants have been reported as a potential method to reduce and/or alleviate this problem. Lately, it has been assumed that incorporation of some metal nanoparticles such as magnetite nanoparticles as photocatalyst for Fenton reaction could improve the degradation efficiency of contaminants. Core/shell nanoparticles, are extensively studied because of their wide applications in the biomedical, drug delivery, electronics fields and water treatment. The current study is centred on the synthesis of silver-doped Fe₃O₄/SiO₂/TiO₂ photocatalyst. Magnetically separable Fe₃O₄/SiO₂/TiO₂ composite with core–shell structure were synthesized by the deposition of uniform anatase TiO₂ NPs on Fe₃O₄/SiO₂ by using titanium butoxide (TBOT) as titanium source. Then, the silver is doped on TiO₂ layer by hydrothermal method. Integration of magnetic nanoparticles was suggested to avoid the post separation difficulties associated with the powder form of the TiO₂ catalyst, increase of the surface area and adsorption properties. Lastly and most importantly magnetic nanoparticles upsurge the production of hydroxyl groups or reduced charge recombination. The a synthesized catalysts were characterized using Transmission Electron Microscopy, X-ray Diffraction; Infra-red Spectroscopy, Scanning Electron Microscope and Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy. Other characterization techniques includeVibrating Sample Magnetometry, Brunauer Emmett Teller analysis and Thermogravimetric analysis. The average size of the particles size is 72 nm. Furthermore the photocatalytic performances of the magnetic catalysts were assessed in comparison with that commercial titanium dioxide for the degradation of methylene blue using photochemical reactor under ultra violet light. The results showed that the photocatalytic activity was enhanced using Fe₃O₄/SiO₂/TiO₂ and Ag-Fe₃O₄/SiO₂/TiO₂ compared with that for Fe₃O₄, commercial titanium dioxide powder.