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Author: Lalitha Krishnan

26 May Woodstock seeped into my soul

April Howell came to Woodstock for 6 weeks to assist with the back-end transition to a new content management system. As part of a year old visit around the world, she stayed with old friends Neva and Ian Whiteman and volunteered at the Development Office and briefly at Arunima, A...

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26 May Battle of the bands a success

Delhi Modern School's The Who Not won the first-ever inter-schools Battle of the Bands hosted at Woodstock School in Mussoorie on Saturday, beating off competition from eight other bands, in the event which was watched around the world through an online webstream.The 70s-influenced six piece wowed the audience of about...

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26 May Faculty music recital

Last year the music faculty gave their first recital for many years, and the second of what will hopefully be an annual series took place in Parker Hall on 15th March. Most people who were there (including over 100 students for what was a voluntary event) agreed that it even...

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26 May Library learning

Sarah Colwell, senior school librarian, with the help of Meenu Khan, junior school librarian has introduced a monthly newsletter filled with fascinating reading. This month they focus on Women's History month celebrating literary accomplishments of woman from the past. Other articles in this month's issue include an article from former...

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26 May Rocking at the RE retreat

About 100 Woodstock students from Grades 9 to 12 once again said "Aloha" to the church group from Hawaii who led the annual Spring RE retreat for the fourth year running.The retreat took place at the Torchbearers centre in Rajpur last weekend, where students and about 15 staff members were...

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26 May History in the making

David Webb, Grade 9 History Teacher, decided to give his classes something a little different. To help them explore the late Medieval and emerging Civilizations period of 800-1500 they were to choose a civilization and report in the form of a newspaper from the civilization's perspective. The newspaper must have included reports...

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26 May Battle of the bands

Are you ready to rock? If yes, then get ready to turn your amp up to 11 for Woodstock School's first ever inter-school Battle of the Bands competition.On 24 March bands from Woodstock and other schools in Uttarakhand, as well as schools from as far afield as Delhi, will fight...

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26 May People with passion: Darab Nagarwalla ’80

This week we continue our series People with Passion by Development Associate Hazel Ebenezer. Hazel has chosen Darab Nagarwalla '80 for her interesting insight.Life is about living in the now. But somewhere in between these six frantic years of High School, our 'now' becomes the foundation of our future. It...

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26 May Outdoor education day

February 29 saw senior school embark on an amazing array of Outdoor Education field trips. On a picture perfect spring day in our spectacular Himalayan environment, classrooms were exchanged for the day for outdoor education with a purpose. Grades ten to twelve signed up for Literary Walks through Camel Back Cemetery,...

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26 May People with passion: Daulat Singh

Our 2012 Development Associates underwent a training session on our 2020 Vision for the school. We showed them our message of People, Passion and Potential. Hazel Ebenezer, one of our new associates in journalism went out into our Woodstock community and found an employee who is the epitome of the...

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