Student News

Sebastian Brendel returned to say “hi” this week before going back to Berlin.

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Sebastian studied at GV Noosa last September and October and since then has travelled all around Australia.

“I arrived with no English and I am so grateful to my teachers because after 8 weeks I had enough to begin my travels and I have had the best time of my life. I wanted to return and say thankyou before leaving. I am sure I will come back again one day.”

Party time again…

Thursday nights at Koala Bar and Irish Murphy’s are popular with all students

Bruno and Rafael always seem to jump in front of the camera, and never miss a night out with their fellow students.  A fun time was had by all especially when it came time for Karaoke.  If you are planning a night out to one of the many clubs in the Noosa area, remember to take original photo ID.   Copies cannot be accepted under licensing laws, and some students were disapointed when they found this out the hard way on Thursday night

Warmer weather means time for swimming

Todays activity was just what the doctor ordered after a late night on Thursday and a hot afternoon.

The hardest part about a visit to Noosa Aquatic Centre is getting everyone out of the pool when it’s time to leave.  Everyone enjoyed ball games and the challenging rocket run, with only 2 students making it all the way to the end of the rocket.  Tomas and Sabastian have been crowned as the rocket run Kings!

Don’t forget your swimmers for Friday

Just a quick reminder to everyone to bring your swimmers for Friday’s activity, water polo at Noosa Aquatic Centre.  There will also be a blow up rocket and plenty of mats and toys.  Meet near the fruit shop before 1.00pm and we will walk there as a group

More Jobs

Here are some more jobs that we found in the Noosa News.  Don’t forget to check the papers and internet regularly because these jobs often go to those who apply quickly!

  • Waitstaff – Muse Restaurant – fine dining, 3 years experience Phone David on 5447 2423
  • Cafe Assistant – Noosaville – Experienced person for counter and kitchen duties in cafe and sandwich bar.  Phone 0412 201801
  • 2nd Chef/Kitchenhand – Busy Italian restaurant in Noosa – Immediate start – 35+ hours per week.  Phone 0417 758844
  • Housekeepers & Public Areas Cleaners – Noosa North Shore Retreat, Hotel and Tourist Park – send your resume to info@noosanorthshoreretreat.com.au
  • Room Attendant, Casual – Netanya Resort, Noosa.  5 star resort, 75 Hastings Street.  Email to housekeeping@netanyanoosa.com.au or take your resume in personally.
  • Nursery Positions – Noosa/Eumundi – 35+ hours in a 4 day week, training provided, vigorous indoor and outdoor work involved Email to floraemployment@bigpond.com

Study Sunshine Coast Website

If you’re thinking of further study on the Sunshine Coast, the first place to check out is this great new website

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Featuring information about study pathways into the University of the Sunshine Coast, Sunshine Coast TAFE and Sunshine Coast Grammar School, this website provides a good starting point to plan your future study.

With all the leading education providers on the Sunshine Coast in the Study Sunshine Coast group, you can plan your study from English, through vocational and into tertiary education pathways.

Find out more at www.studysunshinecoast.com

Challenge yourself! New courses for September

We have a wide range of new courses starting in September.  Speak to Becky to learn more about the best option for you.

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IELTS – 12 week course starting September 14th.  There is an entrance test on Thursday of this week.  IELTS is an academic preparation program that will improve all key areas of your English.

Out and About – Out and About takes English from the classroom out onto the streets!  The course is designed to maximise your opportunity for conversation practice with local people.  This is a wonderful course to get your spoken English level up quickly.  We have classes running at Elementary to Intermediate levels.

Cambridge Afternoon Intensive – Are you thinking of taking the FCE course at some stage in the future?  This course, which runs in the afternoons, is designed to fast track students into the Cambridge program. It is intensive, academic and very challenging.  Why not give this a shot?

Whichever you feel is best suited to your needs, speak to Becky and she can point you in the right direction.  Don’t miss this opportunity to move your study to the next level!