STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) is important because our world depends on it. Both the economy and our general wellbeing are backed by science, technology, engineering, and... Read more
Imagine a world where every girl owned at least one new dress. This is the vision for the ‘Dress a Girl Around the World’ project. Woodford House students and staff have been busy creating... Read more
Thirty-seven years ago, Margaret Ellis drove through the gates of Woodford House for the very first time. She was being interviewed for a part-time position as home economics teacher – her first... Read more
When CREST, a food product development competition, was first announced at Woodford House, I was inspired to take part and challenge myself in the food technology world.
It has been an amazing... Read more
Year 7 and 8 girls have been working on creative products for the Hawke’s Bay community this term. Having completed soft and food materials units earlier in the year, the girls enjoyed the... Read more
Humans are naturally creative, and constantly invent, explore and discover new things either through necessity or curiosity. Since humans are also social creatures, it is not surprising to... Read more
There is a buzz in the Year 9 Mathematics class, 9G, as the girls take on a new creative project. As part of a measurement unit, Mathematics Teacher, Mrs Alison Gonscak, challenged the girls to... Read more
Sustainability is a focus for students in Materials Technology and for the first time, senior students entered outfits in The Earthcare Environmental Oversew Fashion Awards this year.
This term we invited Gabriel Hurford, who is employed by the Environmental Centre in Hastings, for lunch and to check on the progress of the Woodford House worm farm. The worm farm was installed... Read more
New Zealand cyber security expert John Parsons spent two days at Woodford House last week talking to parents, students and staff about the issues and dangers associated with the inappropriate use... Read more