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Woodstock's cross country competition 2016

07 Sep Run for the hills

Against a backdrop of the glorious Himalayan foothills, students headed up to the top of Landour Hill today for this year's inter-house cross country running race. With races for all shapes and sizes, students challenged themselves and each other to beat the burn and get across the finish line. [vc_row][vc_column][vc_masonry_media_grid grid_id="vc_gid:1473247960266-b0204fe3-264c-0" include="21497,21493, 21490,21489,21488,21487,21485,21495,...

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Woodstock students hiking in the Himalayas

17 Aug Education beyond the classroom

Successful intelligence According to Robert Sternberg, Dean of Arts and Sciences at Tufts University in the United States, real success in life comes not from test scores and exam results but from what he defines as a synthesis of wisdom, intelligence and creativity – what he calls 'successful intelligence'.  Sternberg experimented...

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24 May This Week’s Senior Spotlight 2016

The Class of 2016 is over owing with bright, talented and passionate students. Here are a few of their stories this week as we prepare to come to an end of the year.     Rishi @ Woodstock since 2010 Career Ambition: I want to become an Investment Banker. I would also like to become a...

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23 Apr Our Young Inventors

When you're in a school where ECP kids have keyboard skills and KG their own login it's not surprising to see 5th Graders built robots. Well, you have to hand it to these enthusiastic bunch of 10, all part of the Robotics Junior Club, for meticulously assembling the Mindstorms Lego Kit from scratch, using the...

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16 Apr Metamorphoses

By JuHeon, Grade 12 ‘The lights were shining upon me. Then it just came to me, my last play in Woodstock. That was the only thought that came to my mind at the start of the play. After that, I cannot remember anything. I was just focused on the play. When...

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14 Apr Dessert and Design #3 The Early Years Programme

  Each week the whole Woodstock community – teachers, residential and support staff alike, are invited to Academic Dean Amy Seefeldt’s house for dinner. Over dessert, staff discuss ideas to help shape Woodstock for the better moving forwards. The third discussion was on the Early Years Programme. We had another solid evening...

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25 Mar Dessert and Design #1

Each week the whole Woodstock community - teachers, residential and support staff alike, are invited to Academic Dean Amy Seefeldt’s house for dinner. Over dessert, staff discuss ideas to help shape Woodstock for the better moving forwards. [caption id="attachment_7439" align="aligncenter" width="150"] Amy Seefeldt, Academic Dean[/caption]  The first in the current semester was...

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24 Mar To Pee Or Not To Pee: A Review Of Urinetown

[gallery ids="7449,7450,7446,7444,7447,7448,7457,7451,7452,7454,7456,7453,7455"]   Last Friday, grade 11 went to see Woodstock School’s musical, Urinetown. Urinetown is a spoof on Our Town, and is about a post-apocalyptic world where people must pay to go to the bathroom because of water shortages. With witty dialogue, the perfect amount of satire, and catchy songs, Urinetown was...

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