Clubs and Activities
Participation in clubs is an essential part of school life where communication skills can be honed, creative thinking can be fostered, and students can be taught how to work effectively with their peers.
Clubs provide opportunities for young people to participate in activities, interact with friends in a supervised setting, form fantastic, lasting bonds and develop teamwork skills.
Some of the many other skills and benefits that clubs encourage are character building, self-confidence, time management, social orientation, prolonged health, learning and development, and leadership.
Above all clubs offer a fun break from study for students to play, learn new skills and gain fresh experiences. They can also offer great developmental benefits that will help them academically and socially.
Participation in any of these activities stimulates young people, physically and mentally, but the community aspect of such activities, outside of physical fitness alone for the sports clubs, are abundant, including emotional wellbeing and improved mental health.
Please see below our current list of clubs and activities, this is always being updated.
If you have any questions regarding clubs and activities, please contact Katie Saunders directly on email@example.com
GAPA (Goffs Academy of Performing Arts) is the school's drama company. It runs as a stand alone Drama company from January to July each academic year. From September to December GAPA becomes an associate to the main school production, with most members auditioning in July to be involved.
To date GAPA has been involved with the following productions:
Ernie's Incredible Illucinations
A Midsummer Night's Dream (the abridged version) Romeo and Juliet (main school show) Macbeth (Shakespeare Schools Festival - a national competition) Teechers (main school show) Little Shop of Horrors (main school show) Blood Brothers (main school show, currently rehearsing)
GAPA also hosts the annual Watford Palace Theatre auditions, where for the past four years Goffs students have successfully gained a role with the Theatre's student production, where auditions take place across the county. This year's audition will be for Frankenstein. Keep a look out for audition details!
Miss Clare Holland - Head of Drama