We were delighted to appoint Mrs Rachel Roberts as Assistant Principal at Woodford House at the beginning of Term 3, 2018. Mrs Roberts joined the Senior Leadership Team after nine years of... Read more
Woodford House is proud to welcome Mr Paul Dine in his new role as Deputy Principal – Teaching and Learning in Term 2. Paul brings a wealth of teaching and senior leadership experience gained... Read more
The pursuit of excellence and empowering our students to shine have always been prominent in Woodford House culture. As part of this, we are committed to continually looking for ways to improve... Read more
During the October holidays, Head of Mathematics, Dr Marina Alexander and Mathematics Teachers, Mrs Alison Gonscak and Mr Ian Cameron, travelled to Christchurch to attend the biennial New Zealand... Read more
Students and teachers alike showed true grit in the annual Woodford House Cross Country on Friday 26 May. Despite rain earlier in the week, which added some mud to the course, the day provided us... Read more
Describing himself as a man of few words, Business Manager, Dean Mason is not one for big goodbyes, but we cannot let him go without taking a moment to reflect on his time at Woodford House. Dean... Read more
Our Woodford catering team are broadening their international repertoire, and it’s not just the cuisine. Alliance catering has welcomed new Head Chef, Jonathan Del Pino into the kitchen.... Read more
In early March, Tamatea High School Principal Robin Fabish, used the local media to challenge the region’s principals to compete in the Tremains Triathlon.
The rules were simple; the team had to... Read more
Introducing Dr Karen Irwin
Dr Irwin has worked in general practice since the late 1990s and in adolescent health for ten years. Her aims are to improve resilience through an improved sense of... Read more
Woodford has welcomed a number of new staff into our fold this term.
On the teaching front we have Charissa Barham as HoD Physical Education, Sue Pomarede as HoD Languages, Judy Pattison as... Read more