Curriculum

The curriculum at Grafham Grange School is broad, balanced and diverse.

The vision of the school, and as such the intention of the curriculum at Grafham Grange School, is to provide every child with access to an academic education at a level appropriate to them which is further tailored to meet their needs with opportunities for vocational learning. This is combined with support to help them to learn strategies to deal with the anxiety and challenges they face, which impacts on their belief that they can succeed in any form of education.

The school offers children, for whom education has been a challenge, a range of academic subjects giving them the opportunity to achieve at GCSE as they would be offered in mainstream education; there is no lowering of expectation. This pathway is then tailored to their individual needs. These individual needs may be meet with GCSE examinations, Entry Level examinations, Functional Skills, BTecs, along with access to more vocational opportunities during the Needs Led Curriculum.

Further details for each age group can be obtained within this section of the website

The School has gone above and beyond in helping my son

Parent of Year 11 student

Latest News

Cross Country Achievement

On Wednesday 17 November, six students from Grafham Grange travelled to the Royal Alexandra and Albert School in Reigate to compete in the SSSSA Cross Country meet. Two students ran in the Junior race (Years 7-9) and placed 26th and 9th in …

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National Engage Football Tournament

Following their success at the regional tournament our football team headed off full of excitement to St George’s Park where they played 11 games against some of the best teams in the country on the David Beckham pitch. The team …

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Regional Engage Football Tournament

On Thursday 30 October, seven students represented Grafham Grange at the Regional Engage Football Tournament at Muntham House. This was their first tournament of the year and the main focus was to enjoy the day and play the best football …

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Meet Finn 

Finn, the Cocker Spaniel is Principal, Janet Tremble’s dog. He is a very cute, fun loving, bundle of energy, but more importantly he is a companion dog for lots of our students who enjoy petting, walking and cuddling him. Finn …

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