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Deltah Woodfield

About Deltah Woodfield

My name is Deltah Woodfield. I was born in Whangarei, 19th of July, 2008. When I was just 1 I moved to Whananaki and when I was 5 I became lucky enough to get into Whananaki school, the best school in the world. I own my own pony and set aside time for him every day after school. I am interested in writing, reading, surfing, cooking and HORSES!!! I live down the road from school with my Mum, Stepdad, two sisters, two brothers and farm animals on a small scale farm. When I grow up I want to become a zookeeper but I might get a few books published if I´m lucky, so look forward to that :D

Summer Surf School

Summer Surf School Local surf academy opens a world of possibilities for the next generation of surfers. Surfing is usually considered an activity rather than a sport and rarely pursued as a hobby. Whananaki resident [...]

By |24th September 2019|Whananaki Surf Academy|1 Comment

Duck Dissaster

The Deltah Daily Duck Disaster! Pateke population on the line   As the duck shooting season comes to an end Deltah Woodfield and young bird enthusiast Alena Woodfield investigate the scene for any misplaced gunshots. [...]

By |8th August 2019|Classes, Ruma Rua|1 Comment

Tips and Top Hats~Deltah Daily~

Deltah Daily Tips and Top Hats   After a long drive, a wrong stop and a trek around the impenetrable fortress that is Whangarei Primary (the one on Bank Street), Deltah and her mum Ruth [...]

By |8th August 2019|Classes, Ruma Rua|1 Comment

Deltah’s Pepeha

Ko Ranginui ki runga Ko Papatuanuku ki raro Ko Onekainga te Maunga Ko Te Wairahi te Awa Ko Ngatokimatawhaorua te Waka Ko Whakapaumahara te Marae Ko Ngati Rehua te Hapu Ko Ngati Wai te Iwi [...]

By |14th November 2018|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments


  Spring has sprung, The proof is all around us. Newborn lambs frolicking and grazing, Everyone is happy. Beauty all around us, In blossoming plants and joyful creatures. Winter is gone but the frost still [...]

By |31st October 2018|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments