An overview of our Woodford House girls in sport this term including results, achievements and Sports Academy highlights.
Ten girls were selected following trials for the Hawke’s... Read more
Find out the latest results from our action-packed calendar of sporting events. Girls have competed far and wide in a variety of sports.
East Coast North Island Secondary... Read more
Students and teachers alike showed true grit in the annual Woodford House Cross Country on Friday 26 May. Despite rain earlier in the week, which added some mud to the course, the day provided us... Read more
Year 7 and 8 girls travelled to Wanganui to take part in the annual Quad Tournament on 14-15 June, hosted by St George’s School.
With strong sporting talent in our Intermediate... Read more
Phoebe Burns, Year 9, was selected to represent New Zealand in the FEI Children’s International Classics 2017. Phoebe came second overall at the series finals in Masterton. She also won Round... Read more
On Monday 20 March, Year 10 girls departed for Hillary Outdoors Tongariro for a week long camp. This programme is designed to develop skills in co-operation, communal living, self-leadership and... Read more
It has been another busy and exciting start to the year for sport at Woodford House with many students achieving both regionally and nationally in their chosen sports. Here are some highlights... Read more
In early February, three Woodford House girls travelled to Lake Ruataniwha on the South Island to compete for Hawke’s Bay at the New Zealand Rowing Nationals. This was an excellent opportunity... Read more
Seventeen-year-old student Olivia Ward has been awarded a $360,000 hockey scholarship to attend Providence College, a prestigious university in the United States of America.
She was one of the... Read more
As the school year draws to an end and our students start to get ready for examinations, it is a great time to reflect on some excellent achievements by our students on the sporting field. Here... Read more
It was a great week for our sports teams at the Lower North Island Secondary School (LNISS) tournament at the end of Term 3. The 1st XI hockey girls came 2nd and were presented with the overall... Read more