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 30th November 2015
All staff parking and parents parking for school events is now at the rear of the school via Dark Lane
|Latest News From Goffs|
|Progress Photographs on the New Build - Click Here|
|Goffs School GCSE Results – Goffs is again celebrating impressive GCSE results with its staff and students. As in 2014, almost one quarter of grades were at the top end of A*/A. Read More|
|A Level Results for Goffs School - Continuing the trend of recent years, students at Goffs have posted another excellent set of A Level exam results. Once again, particularly high outcomes were secured in the top grades, where 1 in every 4 grades achieved was a top grade of A*-A or equivalent. Read More|
Awards Evening July 14th 2015 - On the 15th of July was our first Pride of Goffs awards evening. It was an uplifting time of celebration of all the amazing achievements of our students over the past year. Particular congratulations go to the winners of the Principal's Award: Katie Avril, Allie-Georgia Aylott, Sam Edwards, Daria Neagu and Jaden Rudd as well as the winner of the Teacher of the Year award, Mr Emmott.
|Goffs School Footballers Achieve Record Success - In 2015 Goffs School became the first school to win the u14, u15 and u16 Hertfordshire Schools FA County Cup competitions, in the same season. At the recent AGM Herts SFA chairman, Andy Braithwaite, congratulated Goffs School on their unprecedented achievement.|
|Rugby Legend Jonny Wilkinson at Goffs - His magic touch won England the Rugby World Cup, but it was Jonny Wilkinson's turn to be inspired when he taught students during a school visit. Spending the day at Goffs Academy in Cheshunt, the former England fly-half showed 20 pupils how to pass, catch and kick during two masterclasses.|
|Goffs School Students Present to Nick Clegg - Goffs was the only school invited to present and both Kye and Abigail, who wrote their own speeches, presented them perfectly to the audience of 250, which included Schools Minister, David Laws and Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg.|