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Author: Will Ferguson

26 Aug Independence and Interdependence

A little over a year ago, I experienced my first Independence Day celebrations here at Woodstock. In different times, it is the first major event of the school year, as we come together to mark both Indian Independence and the liberation of Korea, and those whose struggles brought freedom to...

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12 Aug A mountain to climb together

Welcome to the 2020-21 academic year. Every school year is a journey, beginning with sometimes tentative steps over the first few weeks. Whether you are just starting at Woodstock or not, each new year brings with it new teachers, classmates, challenges and expectations. As we set out on the 167th year...

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10 Jun Black Lives Matter

At Woodstock School we absolutely stand against the terrible injustice perpetrated on George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department, as well as ongoing structural racism that persists in America. We also stand with all of the protesters who are highlighting these ever-apparent injustices and inequalities not just in the U.S. but around the globe. This is...

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13 Apr Phuntsok Dolma Chophel

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we share the news of the passing away of Mrs. Phuntsok Dolma Chophel. Dolma has been an integral part of the Woodstock story for more than 43 years. She retired from Woodstock school with her husband in 2017 and was one...

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Easter chapel 2018

08 Apr Easter amid Covid-19

Whatever your faith or spiritual beliefs, the message of the Easter story, of self-sacrifice for the greater good, resonates through the current global crisis. This Easter weekend, our Chaplain, Revd. Simon Paul shares his reflections, as he considers how the love and lessons of Easter can help us endure the...

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