Student Services - Goffs Academy

Student Services

Goffs Academy Local Offer - How does Goffs know if my child needs extra help?


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Life at Goffs

Every student matters.  Every lesson counts.  We are committed to delivering an outstanding education within an outstanding environment where each child, individually, is able to achieve the highest possible academic outcomes.  Our students leave us as motivated individuals with a purposeful direction in life, a love of learning, a sense of vocation and prepared for future work needs.  This sense of scholarship underpins all that we do.

Help & Support


Drug & Alcohol Services

Child line A-Dash (Adolescent Drug & Alcohol Service in Herts)
Sometimes this line gets very busy, so keep trying until you get through. A free and confidential service A - DASH works with anyone under 18 years old in Hertfordshire who has issues/problems with their own drug/alcohol use If you need to talk phone : 01923 427288
tel : 0800 1111 or send a text : 07770 537227
  Talk to Frank

Health Drop-in Clinics

Drill Hall Waltham Cross Clinic
178 Crossbrook Street Stanhope Road
Cheshunt Waltham Cross
Mon - Thurs 3.30pm - 5.00pm Tues & Weds 3.30pm - 4.30pm & Fri 3.00pm - 4.00pm
tel: 01992 635000 tel: 01992 818500
  Phone first to check staff available


Sexual Health

Chlamydia is the most common STI and 1 in 12 under 25's have it and most people don't have any symptoms. Chlamydia is easily passed from one person to another through unprotected sex (not using a condom). Any form of unprotected sex can put you at risk of catching Chlamydia, including oral sex. If Chlamydia is not treated it can cause pain and lead to infertility (males and females). You can get a free and confidential test from all Family Planning Clinics and GP surgeries or go to or text 'TEST' followed by your age and postcode to 60777 for your free, discreet postal test kit or ring 01707 369519 to find your nearest testing site.

Chlamydia testing kits are also avalable free from many Hertfordshire Community Pharmacies (Chemists). An increasing number of pharmacies are also available to provide a free treatment service if a positive diagnosis is confirmed. You can call 01707 369519 to find out which pharmacies provide the screening kits and also provide treatment.

All you need to do is give a urine sample or self-taken vaginal swab. Chlamydia is treated with antibiotics which are free.

Contraception - Condoms (free access to)

The C-Card scheme is a confidential service for young people up to 25 years old across Hertfordshire. It provides easy access to free condoms and sexual health information through a range of outlets. For further information go

Laxtons Pharmacy          

45 High Road     


EN10 7HX            

Mon - Fri 9.00am - 6.00pm          

Sat 9.00 am - 5.30pm     

01992 462293