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05 May Woodstock at the Young Round Square Conference in Nainital

Woodstock school gained membership to Round Square in 2012. Mark Windsor (Round Square Representative and Coordinator) and Kerry Hanifl, (Volunteer) recently escorted 6 WS students from different nationalities to Nanital (Uttarakhand) for the First Young Round Square Conference held at All Saints' College.  The conference was held specifically for students of age group...

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Upper Years Art Show

01 May April in Photos

It's been a busy month at Woodstock with lot's of photo ops.  Click on the link  below to  see  pictures of  Fundraising for Nepal where students and staff raised a substantial amount over lunch break. Spring Concert  brought us a musical collaboration with Kolkota. We also captured 'Crossing Boundaries' (a play enacted in Parson's...

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Open Buzz by Mayuri

01 May The Joys of Open Bazaar

Linh, Grade 11, sheds light on the small pleasures of the outside-school weekend experience that all WS students consider sacrosanct to their life here. We Woodstock students are notorious for our food cravings. Despite the huge improvement on the menus that is made possible by Mr Ketan Swami, (Woodstocker’s all-time favourite), there are...

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23 Apr Our Young Inventors

When you're in a school where ECP kids have keyboard skills and KG their own login it's not surprising to see 5th Graders built robots. Well, you have to hand it to these enthusiastic bunch of 10, all part of the Robotics Junior Club, for meticulously assembling the Mindstorms Lego Kit from scratch, using the...

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Hindi class debate

17 Apr Debating In Hindi Class

It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it. -Joseph Joubert [caption id="attachment_18532" align="alignleft" width="300"] Hindi class debate[/caption]   Watch a short snippet of  WS  7th Graders Led By Amrita John, HOD Modern Languages, discussing the pros and cons of social media and zoos! http://bit.ly/Grade7Hindi_Debate...

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#ChemistryatWoodstock

10 Apr An All Fired Up Chem Class!

An experiment that's about igniting minds. Don't quite bond with Chemistry? But then, if you have a teacher like Sonya Crider you, might find the drawing power of chemistry a little hard to resist. After answering some AP Chemistry free response styled questions, Sonya's Grade 12 students get the privilege to conduct a pretty awesome demo with bubble-trapped-gas as...

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27 Mar Setting The Right Note: An Evening Of Jazz

Shikar, Grade 11, takes the lead updating us after unwinding to 50's Cool played by the WS Jass Band.   Woodstock School's jazz band is composed of some of the school’s best musicians. These musicians include trumpet and trombone players, singers, pianists, drummers, and many more. They practice for months to play...

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26 Mar WS Singers In New York. Nearly There.

Our  group of twenty-one singers heading to the National Festival Chorus for a concert in Lincoln Center in early April, could use your help. We are very close to our fundraising goal, but that we need about another $500 for activities and contingencies. Visa costs turned out to be $2500 more than expected,...

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