The Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) at Hawke’s Bay Hospital plays a vital part in caring for more than 300 babies annually that are born early or unwell at birth.
Keeping new born babies... Read more
Kia ora katoa.
As the new School Chaplain at Woodford House, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. I started this role at the beginning of Term 2 and I am loving my time so... Read more
Filled with amazing food, fun games, and absolutely stellar performances, the Festival of Cultures 2019 enabled students to share their cultures and where they come from with each other. This is... Read more
The New Zealand Boarding Schools Conference (NZBSA) was a stimulating, inspiring and thought-provoking week where educational professionals shared ideas, learned together and established, or built... Read more
After one year at Woodford House, gap students Monique Collins and Lea Ormeloh will be travelling back to their respective homes in Canada and Germany at the end of Term 2. Both students have... Read more
On Friday 10 May, Woodford House Visual Arts students Le Vu, Tracy Zeng and Eva Chang attended a secondary school Student Experience Day. This took place at the Massey University College of... Read more
“They are us. But with that memory comes a responsibility. A responsibility to be the place that we wish to be. A place that is diverse, that is welcoming, that is kind and compassionate. Those... Read more
Imagine a world where every girl owned at least one new dress. This is the vision for the ‘Dress a Girl Around the World’ project. Woodford House students and staff have been busy creating... Read more
A significant contribution to raising awareness and accessibility of New Zealand art has seen former Woodford House student Avenal McKinnon, MNZM, presented with the Tempus Award 2018.
Ms... Read more
On the 30 June, 18 ambitious and eager teenage girls stepped foot on a plane set for arrival in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Mixed emotions of nerves, excitement, and adrenaline overwhelmed us as we left... Read more