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.
Despite the impact of Covid-19, the annual Festival of Cultures, which usually happens in Term 2 went ahead in Week 6 of Term 3.
Because Hawke’s Bay was under Level 2 restrictions at the... 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
Woodford House was privileged to host six students and two teachers from our sister school, Chengdu Wanda No.7 High School. Chengdu is a city in the province Sichuan, China which has a general... Read more
Woodford House prides itself on placing high value on the learning of a second language. Through the study of other languages and cultures, we sow the seeds of international understanding and... Read more
Māori, Korean, Japanese, Australian, Indian, Vietnamese, English, Taiwanese - the list goes on for the ethnicities represented at Woodford House. The community we have here at school is not only... Read more
We are fortunate to be joined by 15 international students, representing seven nationalities, at Woodford House.
When the girls arrive at Woodford House, they have to adapt to a new... Read more
Woodford House welcomed five new international students from Vietnam, Futuna Island and Thailand this term. A special orientation programme was offered to provide the girls with essential... Read more
Having spent almost a year at Woodford House and travelling the Southern Hemisphere, it is almost time to say goodbye to our gap students, Marie Baumeister and Alice Young. Both girls gave an... Read more
I had great pleasure in welcoming our international students into my home for an evening on dumpling making last term.
The girls, who are from Futuna Island, Thailand, Japan, Thailand, Hong... Read more