Given an hour to themselves, many teens would rather pick up their devices than a book and can spend up to six hours each day devoted to digital media with girls spending more time on social media... Read more
On Thursday 9 August, the Year 11 chemistry and physics stream students visited the EIT School of Viticulture and Wine to find out how their learning applies to the wine industry.
One half... Read more
It’s going to be hot, it’s going to be humid, mosquitoes will be hunting us, and deep fried insects will probably be on the menu.
On 30 June, 18 students, two staff, and one World... Read more
Senior physics students had the rare opportunity to learn about engineering design and its applications from Dr Shayne Gooch, Head of University of Canterbury's Mechanical Engineering department,... Read more
On 14 June, 18 Year 10 and 11 students attended the annual Health Careers Expo at the Education Centre at Hawke’s Bay Hospital. Every year, there are more exhibitors, who are all employees of... Read more
Pathways gives senior students the opportunity to study alternative subjects to the curriculum, which lead to tertiary study or work. In 2018, Year 12 students Stella Hansen and Emily Harper have... Read more
During the April 2018 term break, I was offered the amazing opportunity by Dr Jeffrey Stangl, David Farquhar, Loren Stangl, and many other BBC alumni, to go to Massey University Business Bootcamp.... Read more
The National Youth Drama School (NYDS) is a week-long intensive course held annually at Havelock North High School with expert tutelage from industry professionals.
A group of Woodford... Read more
In the holidays, three TeenAg students from Woodford House - Anna Meban, Briana Lyons, and Katie McNeill were fortunate enough to be selected for the Raising the Standards camp in Feilding.
Hillary Outdoor Education is designed for students to develop skills in co-operation, communal living, self-leadership and environmental care. The girls learn and... Read more