In this research, it was aimed to reveal the values that can be associated with the outcomes of the secondary school English curriculum published in 2017 and to obtain the opinions of English teachers about the place of values in English curriculum. In the research in which case study design was used, data were collected through document analysis and interview methods. At the first stage of the research, the secondary school English curriculum published in 2017 was examined and the values that may be associated to the outcomes of the curriculum were revealed. At the second stage, eight English teachers were interviewed. According to document analysis results, none of the ten core values in the secondary school English curriculum is explicitly included in the learning outcomes. The values with which the units and outcomes in secondary school English curriculum can be associated most are respect, responsibility, love, friendship, self-control, altruism and patriotism. According to the interview results, the majority of the teachers stated that they found the inclusion of values in the curriculum to be correct, but they stated that their implementation regarding values education were inadequate.