Max Dalton

Max Dalton has been Headteacher at Flamstead End School since 2019. She began her teaching career in the early 1990s, where she taught and led in schools in London and Hertfordshire. Much of Max's career was spent at The Wroxham School, which was one of the first designated teaching schools. During her time there, Max was able to provide training and support for teachers across Hertfordshire and other counties.

Max Dalton has a Masters in Leadership and learning, and puts this into daily practice as she leads Flamstead End School. She has an open door policy with staff and students alike, and is committed to striving for the best educational offer for the children in her care. Max Dalton believes that learning is a lifelong commitment and strategically looks ahead to enhance the educational experience for her staff and students.

Our Parents Say

I’ve been so impressed with Goffs-Churchgate. My daughter is in Year 7 and is really enjoying her time so far, plus she has come on leaps and bounds academically from when she first started. She really enjoys coming to school, which in turn makes us very happy. It’s a fabulous school; well done to all the staff for making this school what it is today.

I am extremely happy with the school. My daughter is doing so well and has achieved a lot in five months. I can say that the discipline procedure is fair and affective and keeps my daughter on track. I would definitely recommend the school to future Year 7.

Great school, managed well. Our child loves it at Goffs-Churchgate.

My daughter is really happy to come to school.

Believing in the kids and not giving up on them.

My daughter felt that the teacher really listened and understood her concerns, so I really appreciate and thank him for that.

I am blown away by the care that is shown (and has always been shown) by Goffs staff to my children.

Our child is thriving as part of the Goffs community.

My daughter is flourishing at Goffs; thanks to all the staff for their dedication.