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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...

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...

As we move through this present crisis of a global pandemic fraught with its many challenges, losses, and disappointments, there appear to be emerging some unintended consequences that offer hope towards a better future. One positive to come from the pandemic is the spontaneous wave of kindness that has emerged in response. Around the world,...

It’s hard to believe that in just a matter of weeks, so much in our world has changed, with the Covid-19 global pandemic encroaching on all areas of life, including how we deliver a quality Woodstock education through our distance learning programme. Last week we entered a new era in the school’s history as we transitioned the Woodstock educational experience over to our distance learning model. We...

Thursday marked 100 days until this year’s seniors graduate from Woodstock. For everyone, leaving school is a watershed moment, the culmination of their formative years and a major step on their journey to adulthood. During their time at Woodstock, they will have made friends who will remain their life-long companions,...

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