Friday, October 21, 2011

Trio World School Physics Teacher Wins Award at Treasure TroveEducation Conference

Ms. Lakshmi Priya, a Physics Teacher at Trio World School (TWS) has received an award for BEST Paper on Innovation and Best Practice in Teaching, which included a trophy and a cash prize of Rs. 10,000/-.  This competition is called Treasure Trove organised by Garden City College in Bangalore to give educationalists an opportunity to be recognised and rewarded for their academic excellence.  Lakshmi Priya was selected from 400 participants for this award.  The award ceremony took place in Bangalore on Saturday, the 12th of October 2011. Headmaster at Trio World School congratulated Ms Priya and said "this is testament to the quality of teacher that TWS has in its Faculty".  Trio World School is proud of Ms Priya’s recognition through this award.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Headmaster for a Day – Charlie Moran runs Trio World School

To the sound of excited students, this morning’s assembly was introduced to Charlie Moran, winner of Trio World School’s Headmaster for the Day Competition.  He had just arrived in style, delivered by the Headmaster’s driver; Charlie dressed for business announced that the day would have some changes.

Firstly the afternoon programme would include a free period after lunch and pizza for afternoon snack break.  After having all of the students sing the school song he ended the Assembly by wishing all a great day.

He then retired to his office, appointed a deputy and started to be “Headmasterly”, a large part of his day was spent dealing with conduct issues all caused by a single student, young Headmaster, who until recently had been the Headmaster.

Young Headmaster looked suitably sheepish when being told off by Headmaster Charlie and I am sure that the lessons delivered will prove to be salutary for Headmaster as he matures.
As the day wore on Headmaster Charlie signed papers, read reports and met with members of staff, he agreed at the end of the day that the job of Headmaster was a lot more challenging than he had expected.