Five days, four nights, 57 girls and the whole of Tongariro National Park can seem quite daunting to a Year 10 student. This would be our chance to show leadership and step outside of our comfort... Read more
Along with a number of Anglican and Presbyterian schools across New Zealand, the Religious Studies Department at Woodford House has been piloting a brand new theology curriculum for Year 7-10... 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
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
Watching Amelia Ashby dance is like poetry; she is graceful, elegant and always smiling. Her dancing draws you to the stage.
Her long limbs provide fluid movement with a gracious presence... Read more
In Semester One, I had the honour of teaching an enthusiastic group of Year 10 students who were keen to learn all about Art.
They say a picture tells a thousand words and this was certainly the... Read more
Year 10 girls enjoyed three action-packed days in Wellington in early August with the Social Sciences Department. The itinerary included The Great War Exhibition and Last Post Ceremony at Pukeahu... 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
On Monday 20 March, Year 10 girls departed for Hillary Outdoors Tongariro for a week long camp. This programme is designed to develop skills in co-operation, communal living, self-leadership and... Read more
It has been another busy and exciting start to the year for sport at Woodford House with many students achieving both regionally and nationally in their chosen sports. Here are some highlights... Read more