Congratulations to Year 11 student Man Lok Tsang, winner of the Hawke's Bay Young Musician Of The Year, with a first place prize of $1,500 and recipient of the Peter And Valerie Williams Cup.
On Friday 7 August, Woodford House girls welcomed Shine Mentors and internationally recognised talents – musician Amanda Palmer, author Catherine Robertson, lawyer Mihi Sorensen and financial... Read more
On Sunday 2 and Monday 3 August, twenty-eight girls from Woodford House took part in the Hawke’s Bay Regionals of Dance NZ Made.
Dance NZ Made is an interschool dance competition run by... Read more
Woodford House has been named as one of the best schools in New Zealand, and the top school in Hawke’s Bay.
A report called Top 50 New Zealand Schools for Gaining Entry to Top Universities... Read more
I am delighted to be the new Careers Advisor for Woodford House this year, taking the reins from Mrs Pam Knight who has been in this role for the past 30 years.
I have been the Pathways... Read more
With the unprecedented situation we find ourselves in with a nationwide lockdown, digital learning and connectedness has never been more important.
Our Learning Management System,... Read more
Thank you for joining us at the Woodford House Virtual Open Day. As a parent and caregiver, you have numerous important decisions to make and we're sure the choice of school for your daughter is... Read more
Woodford House is proud to celebrate one of the country’s highest NCEA pass rates, with 100 per cent of senior students passing NCEA in 2019.
This is the second year that 100% of all... Read more
Earlier in the year, we shared with you an exciting initiative called Shine – a professional place and an experiential programme that helps our girls connect with character strengths such as... Read more
A group of music students attended Festival Opera’s spectacular Cavalleria Rusticana & I Pagliacci, two one-act operas by Pietro Mascagni and Ruggero Leoncavallo, which featured a cast of... Read more