Principal's Day

Happy Principal's Day to WTS' wonderful Head of School, Mr Friesen! We are so thankful to have such an enthusiastic, dedicated leader who encourages a love of learning in our students, teaches them to foster creativity, embrace curiosity and to always strive for academic excellence. All while displaying the utmost school spirit! Check out these fun facts on our Head of School!

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School Name Change

Through careful consideration the decision has been made to change the school name to The Oxford School for the 2019 school year and forward. This change is necessary to ensure the school is visibly seen as non-denominational and inclusive to all faiths and backgrounds. The selected name is appropriate not only for Woodstock, but the entire Oxford region.

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Trinity Clubs Showcase

Date: Wednesday, March 6th
Time: 2:40pm
Location: Woodstock Trinity School’s Auditorium

This showcase is intended for each club adult leader to introduce its club members, and allow their students to highlight their learning from these past 6 weeks from their interest club.  The response from the students and staff have been overwhelmingly positive and they are excited to showcase their learning to you.

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A Message From Our Head of School

Term 1 has been completed. Our first book fair has begun this week. Our boys and girls basketball teams league has started this Tuesday Feb 19th. Our first ever house challenge “Winter Festival“ will be held on Friday Feb 22nd.  We have lots to look forward to as we approach March Break, including the spring weather I’m sure!

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A Message From Our Head of School

How time has flown! I can not believe we have reached the holiday season already. Reflecting on the past four months, I feel grateful for my experiences at Woodstock Trinity School. I’ve learnt so much about our teachers, students and their families. I’m astonished by the sense of community, compassion and acts of kindness that I’ve been fortunate to witness first hand.

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Reduce Your Child’s Risk of Getting Colds at School

Lost school days due to the flu can affect students who miss lesson plans, but also affect parents, who often must take days off from work to tend to their sick children. While there’s no way for parents to guarantee their children won’t catch a cold or the flu this school year, they can take various preventive measures to increase kids’ chances of staying healthy and achieving perfect attendance!

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