Woodford House is delighted to announce a new and exciting full boarding scholarship for the current 2019 school year – the Woodford House tahu Scholarship. The word tahu can mean to set alight or ignite. This Scholarship is about igniting potential.
The Woodford House tahu Scholarship covers the full cost of boarding from Year 9 to 13, and includes access to mentoring and support from community leaders including Rod Drury, Sarah Reo and Karl Wixon of Ngāi Tahu.
This Scholarship is available for entry from Year 9 on and is aimed at aspiring young Māori women, with preference given to Ngāi Tahu applicants. Girls that have high ambitions and dreams, and love to share their culture with others are encouraged to apply for this Scholarship.
Further details and application information is available by clicking here. Expressions of interest for the Scholarship must be received by Monday 25 February 2019.
Please feel free to share this amazing opportunity with your networks, and if you know a student with potential please be sure to let them know about the Woodford House tahu Scholarship.