Congratulations to our scholarship recipients for 2017. Woodford House scholarships recognise excellence across the four cornerstones. The girls celebrated with their families and staff at a... 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
Welcome to the first issue of Inhouse for 2017 where we celebrate student and staff successes, and provide an insight into living and learning at a leading school for girls.
This year... Read more
Year 12 student Bella Christie was thrilled to receive the news from Speech New Zealand that she was the recipient of their award for Excellence in the Use of Language and Expression in Speech and... 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
Woodford House is proud to announce it has achieved the highest number of excellence endorsements in the School's NCEA history.
Preliminary results released this week revealed sixty-five per... Read more
Being crowned Dux wasn’t in the plan for Woodford House student Hannah Stone. She hadn’t dreamt about it since she was young, it wasn’t listed as one of her ultimate goals and she claims she... Read more
The Woodford House family gathered as a school this week to reflect on 2016, to celebrate student and staff achievement and to farewell our leavers as we marked the end of another academic year at... Read more
Girls are progressing well in their Pathways programmes this year and many students have nearly completed their tourism, early childhood and agricultural units. The bulk of Pathways learning is... Read more
A pat on the back to the students who have progressed through the majority of their STAR and Gateway programmes for the year. Their efforts will leave them ample time to concentrate on preparing... Read more
In early March, Tamatea High School Principal Robin Fabish, used the local media to challenge the region’s principals to compete in the Tremains Triathlon.
The rules were simple; the team had to... Read more