Sustainability is a focus for students in Materials Technology and for the first time, senior students entered outfits in The Earthcare Environmental Oversew Fashion Awards this year.
A busy term in Performing Arts saw girls face new challenges through Drama, Dance and Choral performances and productions.
NCEA Drama Productions
The Level 2 and 3 Drama classes entered into... Read more
In Semester One, I had the honour of teaching an enthusiastic group of Year 10 students who were keen to learn all about Art.
They say a picture tells a thousand words and this was certainly the... Read more
Woodford House has been presented with many precious taonga over the years that have been treasured, nurtured and cared for to this day, such as the annual Year 13 leavers’ gifts, and gifts from... Read more
On Monday 14 August at the opening night of the annual Year 12 Hawke’s Bay Art Exhibition, Stephanie Goodwin was awarded the printmaking prize for her series of etchings entitled ‘Do you want... Read more
On 27 July, our Year 12 photography students visited the Hastings City Art Gallery to see three high calibre exhibitions.
Into the Light – a survey of works from artists with connections to... Read more
Katarina Porima represented Woodford House at the Te Matau A Maui (Hawke’s Bay region) Nga Manu Korero speaking competition held at the Te Ara o Tāwhaki Marae at EIT on Friday 1 July.
It has been a busy and productive time in Performing Arts this term with girls giving huge commitment and passion to shape their skills ready for polished performances. From mooting at the... Read more
Hastings based designer and illustrator Bex Bloomfield visited our senior Visual Art Design students in class this week to talk about her life as a graphic designer.
Bex is responsible for... 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
Te Matatini takes place every two years and is the biggest event in the Māori calendar. This four-day festival is filled with kapa haka, singing, poi, haka and meeting and interacting with new... Read more