A warm welcome to Goffs! We are a comprehensive, mixed 11-18 school with approximately 1300 students on roll.
Our school is a happy and caring community, staffed by a team of highly committed teachers and support staff, working in partnership with Governors and parents to provide the best possible education. This website will give you a flavour of our school and community. You are also warmly encouraged to visit and to see first-hand what makes us such a popular and successful school. We look forward to meeting you.
|News Bulletin - Week Beginning 2nd May|
|End of Term letter from the Principal|
All visitor parking for school events is now at the rear of the school via Dark Lane.
|Latest News From Goffs|
School Direct at Goffs
|School Funding in Schools and Academies - Letter from the Hertfordshire Association of Secondary School Headteachers|
New GCSE 9 to 1 grades coming soon
Starting in 2017 with English and maths, new GCSEs in England will be graded from 9 to 1, with 9 being the top grade.
|Generations Multi Academy Trust - We are pleased to share exciting news regarding the next stage of the development of our Multi Academy Trust (MAT). MATs are a central part of the Government's education policy, with their stated aim being that all schools should be in MATs by around 2020. Each Trust comprises of a group of schools working together, with one lead school. In our Trust this will be Goffs. read more|
|Goffs Academy was pleased to be able to celebrate the Opening of its New Building at a recent celebration evening read more here|
GCSE Certificates Are Now Available
Like Results, Only the canidate can sign for and collect them.
To arrange a date for collection, please email Miss Thorogood on:
or call on:
01992424200 Ext : 214
|Please find our latest new-look online newsletter here:|
Natasha Kay Trophy : Thank you to all the staff who participated in the charity football match against the year 13 students. Thanks also to all the staff that stayed behind in the rain to support. The game ended 4-3 to the staff after extra time and was played in fantastic spirit by both teams. Natasha's family attended the match and Natasha's sister Alexis presented the trophy to the winning captain (Mr White) after the game.
|Goffs School has been nationally recognised for its exceptional 2015 performance by the Schools, Students and Teachers network (SSA). read more|