Mr. Akshay Shah: Bettering Our Future From the Hillside

“I’m very passionate about my mountains,” says Mr. Akshay Shah, director of the Hanifl Centre for Outdoor Education and Environmental Study. When you speak with him, that passion, and how it has manifested in his actions, is unquestionably evident. From environmentalist projects with NGO Lok Chetna Manch to advocacy for wilderness medicine and first aid […]

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Transitioning Between IB Curriculums

Change. What is change? Every human being undergoes a change in their life as a result of taking risks, or a leap of faith. It’s a personal preference to acquire that change for yourself, as well as move onto the next chapter of your life since it’s often considered an abnormality to many. Residing in […]

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Mental Health Awareness with Peer Support

Woodstock is a place which aims for the overall well-being of its community whether that’s physical or mental health. To make it more accessible and available to Middle Year and Upper Year kids, the counselling cell of the school has started a programme called peer support. According to research, peer support is an important and […]

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Class of ’81 Return to Campus

“Coming back to the place where we spent some exciting yet crucial years of our lives brings back memories that our hearts will cherish forever” I’ve always wondered what it would be like to enter the grounds where I graduated after maybe 20-30 years. will I have memories that I will cherish forever? Will I […]

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Waste Management: A Problem Faced by All

Whether you choose to believe it or not, approximately 5 trillion polythene bags are sold globally per year; meaning that 160,000 bags are sold by the second. This is not the only concerning issue at hand because, if we were to take all the mass produced poly bags manufactured in an hour, they would be […]

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