We would be delighted to welcome parents as they drop off their children directly at Woodstock School, any time on Sunday, July 1st from noon onwards. In fact, we will be hosting a welcome reception for parents to meet each other, take a tour, and get a sense of the school. Following the reception, participants will move into their rooms and be fully engaged with the programme for the following two weeks! If you are not able to escort your child to the school, we do offer travel options that ensure your child will be well taken care of by Woodstock staff.
Participants may fly directly to Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport, arriving by 2 pm on Sunday, July 1st, to be met by Woodstock Staff and escorted to the school. Alternatively, please meet at the Ibis Hotel in Aerocity by 6 am on Sunday, July 1st to be escorted with the school group to Woodstock.
For Leadership course participants please see Travelling from within India section.
Returning – Woodstock shall organise the school group to return to the IBIS hotel for 7am, Saturday July 14th.
Please organise flights to Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport, arriving by 2pm on Sunday, July 1st and departing at the latest by 2pm on Saturday, July 14th. Woodstock chaperones will meet students at the Dehradun airport and will transport them directly to and from Woodstock.
For Leadership course participants, please organise flights to Dehradun, arriving by 2pm on Sunday, July 8th. Returning – please book flights from Dehradun airport no later than 2pm on Saturday, July 14th.
Please organise flights to Delhi that arrive on June 30th. Woodstock chaperones will meet students at the airport and take them to an hotel where they can rest until later on Sunday, July 1st when they shall be transported directly to Woodstock.
For Leadership course participants, please organise flights to Delhi that arrive on Saturday, July 7th. Woodstock chaperones will meet students at the airport and take them to an hotel where they can rest until later on Sunday, July 1st when they shall be transported directly to Woodstock.
Returning – please organise flights from Delhi airport on Saturday, July 14th from 6pm.
Participants who are not Indian, Bhutanese, or Nepali nationals require a student visa, issued by the local Indian Consulate General or its associated visa agency. The school is happy to support this application process through providing a letter and a copy of the school’s registration. A scanned copy of the participant’s passport is required by Woodstock in order to issue these documents. Please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org for support in applying for visas.
Yes. The fee includes accommodation throughout the programme. The programme uses the Woodstock dorms and will have Woodstock dorm parents assigned to look after the pastoral needs of all students.
Yes, we try and cater for all tastes, as well as a range of dietary requirements. The information packet participants will receive by mid-April will collect this important information to shape our planning. The programme also provides snacks in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Participants will not go hungry.
Not really; we do ask that a small amount of pocket money is brought for any gifts to take home or tuck shop sweets, or to spend at the airport while waiting for flights. We suggest to bring no more than 2000 INR. Foreign currency may be exchanged at the Delhi airport. In addition, there is an ATM on the Woodstock campus.
A complete list will be included in the information packet participants will receive in mid-April.
Woodstock has its own medical staff and health centre and there will be a 24/7 nurse present during the summer programme. The information packet participants will receive by mid-April will include an important medical form. There is a small local hospital near to the school which can treat minor injuries and we use the Max Specialty Hospital in Dehradun for major illnesses and emergencies.
We have 24/7 security all around our campus. We take security very seriously at school and that is why our school’s child protection policy is updated often and applied not just during normal school hours but also during our summer programme. All external staff must read and sign this policy before they are contracted.
Please email the programme directors if you have any questions about courses:
All courses except Leadership begin on July 1st and finish on July 13th.
Leadership begins on July 9th and finishes on July 13th. July 1 and July 14 are travel dates.
All two-week courses cost 90,000 INR
The one-week course costs 45,000 INR
Click on the link below for full details of the application process.