Woodford House is delighted to announce a new and exciting full boarding scholarship for the current 2019 school year - the Woodford House tahu Scholarship. The word tahu can mean to set alight or... Read more
Woodford House is delighted to celebrate its highest ever number of NCEA scholarships this year. A record 19 scholarships were awarded to Year 13 students across nine different curriculum areas... Read more
Woodford House achieved outstanding academic success in 2018. The School continues to deliver exceptional results year on year, and is delighted to receive 96%, 100% and 94.4% pass rates in Levels... Read more
This year we were lucky enough to purchase a laser cutter for the technology block, which the Year 10 Product Design students have fully utilised. They have researched and designed a box for... Read more
On Monday 1 October 2018, eight Year 10 girls and 14 Year 10-11 boys from Woodford House and Lindisfarne College set off on a cultural and linguistic journey to New Caledonia.
On our... Read more
On the 30 June, 18 ambitious and eager teenage girls stepped foot on a plane set for arrival in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Mixed emotions of nerves, excitement, and adrenaline overwhelmed us as we left... Read more
Given an hour to themselves, many teens would rather pick up their devices than a book and can spend up to six hours each day devoted to digital media with girls spending more time on social media... Read more
On Thursday 9 August, the Year 11 chemistry and physics stream students visited the EIT School of Viticulture and Wine to find out how their learning applies to the wine industry.
One half... Read more
It’s going to be hot, it’s going to be humid, mosquitoes will be hunting us, and deep fried insects will probably be on the menu.
On 30 June, 18 students, two staff, and one World... Read more
Senior physics students had the rare opportunity to learn about engineering design and its applications from Dr Shayne Gooch, Head of University of Canterbury's Mechanical Engineering department,... Read more