Koala Beers Climb To The Top

It was the last volleyball tournament for the Cambridge students who are leaving us this Friday.

It has been a consistent competition throughout the past 3 months against the Koala Beers, Corinthians, Newbies, Brasil Boys and a few other teams who tried to slam their way to the top. But there can only be one winner. And this year it was the Koala Beers with team members Manny, Marc, Manuel and Nino. They played a great game and it was a pleasure to watch them in action each week. Good luck with your Cambridge exams next week KB’s… we hope you slam your way to victory with your exam results as you did on the volleyball court!

Lexis English Students Take A Shot

The PGA Golf tournament was held on the Sunshine Coast yesterday so Lexis English students decided to have their own tournament at Noosa campus.

It was a tricky putt with a corridor corner blocking the straight view to the hole. The hole was declared a par 2 and one by one the students  hit and miss. Finally Simon from our  IELTS  intensive preparation class, came up with a mathematical strategy and was successful in putting the ball. He won a $30 coles myer gift card which he was very happy to receive!  Good luck with your IELTS exam also Simon. 🙂

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Didgy The Koala Joins The Lexis English Student Night!

Didgy the Koala has travelled all over the world… from London to New York and back… but tonight the world came to him.

Didgy the Koala had the pleasure of meeting the Noosa campus Lexis English students last night. He met students from Switzerland, Brazil, France, Korea, Japan, Columbia, Italy and many other countries. He easily made friends with the students and partied the night away. I’m sure he has been sleeping all day in a tree whilst the students have been studying hard all day! Visit Didgy the Koala facebook page to see the rest of the photos.

Koala Beers Slam Their Way To Victory

We have seen some awesome matches over the last 2 months of the Volley Ball Tournament!

The Brazilian team are usually no match for the other teams and take out the prize each week. Today they Brazilians learnt that ‘strength in numbers’ is a valid and important rule in winning. They made the mistake of splitting up their team to create two teams and lost miserably. The Koala Beers even with one man down slammed their way to the top of the ladder winning all their games and taking out this weeks prize.

Our Wonderful Work Experience!

This week we have had two work experience Year 10 students from Sunshine Beach High School. They each wrote about their experience at Lexis Noosa:

My day started off with meeting the events co-ordinator, Cindy. I went with her to an orientation for the new students and I walked around Noosa Junction with Cindy running errands and before I knew it, Cindy had me walking all the way to Hastings Street to make up a quiz! From putting together tote bags, to working on trivia questions and to editing photos, all together it was a great experience and so much fun!

~Rebecca Vertes~

This has been a fantastic experience for me! I’ve been working in a classroom with Daniela, helping out three amazing boys who are struggling with english. Albert, Yuki and Ziyad have taught me as much about themselves and their countries as I have taught them about Australia and myself. I’ve always been interested in cultures and languages and this experience has only heightened my ambition to learn more. I will never forget this place, the people I have met and the things I have learned. Who ever thought that work experience could be this wonderful.

~Kalani Peeters~