“Resilience is a GPS in your brain… it tells us how to move from here to there,” says Edmond Otis, health educator, licensed psychotherapist, and speaker. Resilience tells us how to make the... Read more
At the beginning of the Term 2 holidays I was fortunate to be offered a place in the Whakapiki Ake Project at the University of Auckland for Māori and Pasifika students pursuing careers in... 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
New Zealand cyber security expert John Parsons spent two days at Woodford House last week talking to parents, students and staff about the issues and dangers associated with the inappropriate use... 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
As little girls we all have an infatuation with princesses, the pretty dresses, perfect hair and a Prince charming by our side. The night of the School Ball take us back to this childhood dream... 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
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 cent... Read more
The large signs around Hawke’s Bay may have loudly congratulated our girls on 100% NCEA pass rates but the success stories behind these need to be heard even louder.
The stories of... Read more
The inaugural year of the Scholarship Academy has resulted in exceptional academic success with seven national scholarships being awarded to girls across the subject areas.
Each year the New... Read more