Woodford House is fortunate to have a vibrant community of people who contribute to the success of this school, ensuring our girls receive an outstanding education. In addition to the Board of Trustees and Board of Proprietors, we are truly grateful to have three other associations made up of Parents, Old Girls and Members of the Community. These association members are all volunteers and gift their time, skills and expertise. Their work is reflected in the beautiful grounds, fit-for-purpose facilities, co-curricular opportunities, academic results and the successful young women who graduate from Woodford House. If you would like to know more about these groups and their involvement in community activities, please follow the links below.
To continue providing girls with an exceptional education and endless opportunities, Woodford House seeks the encouragement of philanthropy from its community through bequests, gifts, and fundraising projects.
The Foundation is a registered charitable trust and an independent entity. Through the Boards of Proprietors and Trustees, the Foundation has a close association with the School, the Old Girls and Parents’ Association.
OLD GIRLS' ASSOCIATION
The Woodford House Old Girls’ Association (WHOGA) is an integral link between the history of our school and the present school community. WHOGA has a membership of Old Girls across a vast array of year groups.
The Woodford House Parents’ Association (WHPA) provides a valuable link between the boards, staff, principal and parents. Assists families new to Woodford House with the transition to a new school from a parent’s perspective.