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100% NCEA Success

By | January 26, 2016

Woodford House has achieved one of the country’s highest NCEA pass rates, with 100 per cent of senior students passing NCEA in 2015.

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We are delighted to announce that every girl in Year 11, 12 and 13 gained their respective NCEA Levels, and 97% of Year 13 gained entrance to university. This is the first year that 100% of all three cohorts gained NCEA since reporting began in 2007.

Principal Julie Peterson says this is an outstanding outcome that we, as a school, are extremely proud of.

“Congratulations girls, the results are a reflection of your dedication, drive and passion for being the best you can be,” Mrs Peterson says.

Throughout the year the senior school embraced opportunities and applied the school’s core learning principles – Linking, Perseverance, Questioning and Challenging –  in their everyday endeavours.

“As well as being academically-focused, the senior students were committed to becoming resilient, confident and passionate leaders,” Mrs Peterson says.

The girls who achieved their personal academic excellence, whether that be achieved, merit or excellence, are to be congratulated on a wonderful set of results.

Video: Hawke’s Bay Today interview students and Principal on NCEA.

Read more: How we achieved 100% NCEA, Hawke’s Bay Today.

NCEA Year Level

2015
Woodford House
2015

National

2014
Woodford House
2014
National
Year 11 students gaining NCEA Level 1 100% 83.8% 100% 82.8%
Year 12 students gaining NCEA Level 2 100% 87.5% 100% 87.2%
Year 13 students gaining NCEA Level 3 100% 81.7% 95.5% 79.2%
Year 13 students gaining university entrance (UE) 97.7% 61.7% 88.6% 1 59.4%

NCEA Year Level Endorsements

 

 

2015
Woodford House
2015
National Results
Year 11 students gaining NCEA Level 1 with excellence 56.8% 18.9%
Year 11 students gaining NCEA Level 1 with merit 29.7% 35.8%
Year 12 students gaining NCEA Level 2 with excellence 50% 14.7% 
Year 12 Students gaining NCEA Level 2 with merit 42.1% 27%
Year 13 students gaining NCEA Level 3 with excellence 23.3% 13.7% 
Year 13 Students gaining NCEA Level 3 with merit  46.5% 28.8%