What is Holi? The festival of colours , Holi, is an exciting festival marking the end of winter in India and the beginning of spring. It is a Hindu festival
2020 seemed a great moment to update the TRIO website! We have revisited all our resources and updated as necessary BUT we have also added lots more resources that we
World Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognized day on 2 April every year. The idea is to raise awareness about people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We have a real
I read the headlines in the Sydney Morning Herald on the 31st December 2017 with sadness. The demise of Reading Recovery. Certainly not unexpected but sad nevertheless. I remember first
We live in a very visual world and our students need to understand how multi media works. All media is constructed and contains belief and value messages which attempt to
I admit to loving poetry and I enjoy sharing poems with the classes I teach. I appreciate that, 'poetry is the best words, in the best order about something important.'
TRIO is excited about the range of courses we are presenting in 2017 with the Centre for Professional Learning. CPL is the professional learning arm of the NSW Teachers Federation.
Two TRIO presenters were lucky enough to visit Bungendore PS for the first day of 2017 school term. We were thrilled that teachers arrived happily for a whole day on
How could anyone resist a book with the title: Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World. This book by Kate Pankhurst looks at a very diverse range of women from
'Planet Kindergarten' by Sue Ganz-Schmitt is a book worth looking at regardless of what primary grade you teach. This book is an extended metaphor comparing space exploration to starting school.