Once on this mountain: Ms. Sabrina Hartmann

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. With 5 years of prior teaching experience, Sabrina joins as a teacher in the EAL Department. She comes from the British Columbia Canadian International School in Cairo, Egypt. […]

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Once on this Mountain: Mr Modeste Date

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. Kouame N’Guettia Modeste Date has more than eight years of teaching experience, he joins as a French Language Teacher. He is with his wife Stella and son Nelwin. […]

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Once on this mountain: Mr. Amitavo Roy

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. “For me, it’s like twice on the mountain,” says Mr Amitavo Roy rejoining after a span of 3 years following a stint at GEMS Modern Academy, Dubai. Prior […]

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Once on this mountain: Mr. Prabin Rai

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. Once on this mountain: Mr Prabin Rai Mr Prabin Rai comes from Darjeeling, so the mountains are not new to him. However, he does find the open culture […]

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The Pursuit of Happiness

When the early people first appeared on the earth, they were purely driven by the primal instinct to survive. All activities and tasks – for example hunting – that were performed by them were in order to fulfill the fundamental needs and survive. However, in the modern era, students and people in communities like Woodstock […]

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Better by Atul Gawande: A Surgeon’s Notes on Humanity

In a stunning collage of metaphor and medicine, seemingly unrelated vignettes of consultations, treatments, and surgeries are woven together to create conclusions that reflect upon human nature and the state of medicine. Atul Gawande’s breathtaking sophomore work, Better: A Surgeon’s Notes on Performance, is infused with countless insightful lessons on improvement, shaped by his personal […]

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