All students at Stretford Grammar School follow a broad and balanced curriculum. The curriculum is designed to engage and challenge all students to thrive to achieve their full potential, both in their studies and in developing as young people equipped to live happy and fulfilling lives in modern Britain and beyond. We aim to develop confident, considerate and successful young people, who enjoy and appreciate the value of learning and citizenship, and are ready to make a positive contribution to their local communities and to society at large.
Students’ social, moral, spiritual, cultural and physical development at Stretford Grammar School is essential to their development as young people. All curriculum areas contribute to this programme, alongside specialist provision within Religious Education and through the Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE) programme which focusses on the areas of sex and relationships, careers, health, democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.