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
The Year 10 Social Studies programme begins each year with a 1960s topic. The girls explore the 1960s as a significant decade of change and look at a variety of aspects from this era with a... Read more
With the term finishing earlier than expected we weren’t able to finish our summer sport season, but we still have some fantastic results from the beginning of the year that ought to be... Read more
Camps are an opportunity for the girls to experience new and exciting pursuits while cementing relationships within their year group. We encourage girls to stretch their personal comfort zones as... Read more
We are continually offering experiential learning opportunities at Woodford House that equip our young women to embrace the brightest possible future.
It is important that our girls begin... Read more
Harriet Douglas, Year 9, is still coming back down to Earth after experiencing a once in a lifetime opportunity to attend NASA Space Camp.
Harriet spent two weeks in the United States of... Read more
As we pass the half way mark of the four-week lockdown, it is evident that some people are starting to feel the effects of being home-bound and living in a bubble. It is more important than ever... Read more
I recently read an article by Tracy Morgan, a freelance writer from Sweden about Debunking the Myths about Boarding School.
In this article she mentions the misconceptions about boarding,... Read more