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Outdoor Learning

In more conventional times, last week would have been our Spring Break, marking the mid-point in the semester and a brief pause before the build-up to the final flourish of the academic year begins in earnest. This year we have set the break aside to maximise the opportunity of having...

Woodstock Principal Dr Craig Cook explains how exposing students to new cultures, landscapes and experiences during Activity Week provides an opportunity for them to thrive.  Harold Garfinkel was a master of the socially awkward. A professor of sociology, he is known as the founder of ethnomethodology – the study of how...

The Himalayas may be the ultimate challenge for climbers and mountaineers the world over, but you've got to start somewhere. Our climbing wall provides a safe, controlled environment in which students can hone their skills and develop ability. And once they're ready, we're in the right spot to help them...