Woodford House continues to lead the way in academia with 2017 showing outstanding NCEA results yet again. We are delighted to receive 100%, 100% and 97% pass rates in Levels 1, 2 and 3, respectively. Our excellence and merit endorsements are also outstanding and show a positive trend in Year Levels as they move higher up the School.
The Principal, Mrs Julie Peterson, says one of the pillars to our success is a commitment to personalised learning in a stimulating environment.
“We recognise that one size does not fit all in education. Every girl is a unique individual with different strengths, challenges and interests,” Mrs Peterson says.
“Our highly regarded individualised learning programmes are developed in partnership with teachers, students and their caregivers to allow each student the opportunity to achieve her personal best. Our NCEA results are a reflection of this holistic approach where the entire Woodford House community work together to ensure the girl is always at the centre.”
The School’s learner centred strategic focus has also been a key driver in achieving academic excellence at Woodford House. As a community, we have worked diligently and innovatively to provide inspirational and aspirational learning environments that enabled every student to achieve their highest goals.
Woodford House congratulates all students on their dedication, hard work and continued enthusiasm for education.
NCEA Year Level Overall
Woodford House is celebrating its highest number of NZQA scholarships this year. Ten scholarships were awarded to Year 12 and 13 students across the curriculum areas including English, Accounting, Chemistry, History, Physical Education, Music and Design.
- Madeleine Fenn – English and History
- Emily Park – Music
- Georgia Trent – Physical Education
- Catherine Nettlingham – Chemistry
- Tajpreet Padda – Chemistry
- Susannah Hansen – English (Outstanding), History and Accountancy
- Elizabeth Dawson – Design