Once on this mountain: Mr. Farnham

As our academic year progresses, we welcome many new staff members. The Woodstocker caught up with some of them to chronicle the first chapter of their adventures. Where are you coming from and where are you right now? I come from WIS (Western International School) in Shanghai where I was for 11 years and it […]

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Who are the Taliban?

In 1989, after the Soviet troops left, a civil war broke out in the southwest and Pakistani border areas, with U.S. assistance. They promised to fight corruption and improve security while also practicing a radical Islam. Following the 9/11 attacks, US-led forces drove the Taliban out of power in Afghanistan. These days, the group is […]

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The driving force of all nature

There would never be life without water. We all might’ve studied before that our planet is made up of approximately 75% of water, but are we really aware of how much of it is actually drinkable? You may ask “How much of the 75% of the water is fit for human consumption?” Well, almost none […]

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Review: Fahrenheit 451

“If you hide your ignorance, no one will hit you and you’ll never learn.”  A few years ago we had a new English teacher in the school and for introductions, she asked us to tell her our names and our favorite books. Some people named really good YA books, while others named childhood favorites. But […]

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Community Engagement at Woodstock

Woodstock is well known for its involvement in community service. An interview with Mrs.Mark will teach you all you need to know about Woodstock’s community engagement programmes. So, what are some of the community engagement projects at woodstock? Empowering women  Educating women so that they have a basic grasp of vital issues such as health, […]

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