Cultural Development

A student’s cultural development refers to an understanding of those values, beliefs, customs, knowledge and skills which link groups together and give people a sense of identity. At Congleton High School we seek to develop in students an understanding and awareness of their culture within a multi-cultural society and encourage personal values and self-esteem. Our curriculum provides experiences of all aspects of culture including languages, aesthetic, mathematical, literacy, technological, scientific, musical, political, economic, citizenship and religious education.

There are opportunities for cultural activities and visits:

  • Creative and Performing Arts as part of the curriculum for all students at KS3
  • Cultural visits aboard
  • Visits to centres of cultural interest
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Charity and fundraising activities
Staff Contact
  • ‘The strong team ethos means that everyone helps each other.’ Ofsted 2018