Welcome to the new students who arrived today in Noosa!!!
Back Row: Chong-Hyon (Korea), Norbert (Germany), Judith (Spain), Lorenz (Switzerland), Raphaela (Switzerland)
Front Row: Katia (Brazil), Eunha (Korea), Anastasia (Russia), Junghee (Korea), Kukiko (Japan), Nozomi (Japan), Yuna (Japan)
We have a new table tennis champion in the school. Well done Gauthier for winning today’s competition!!
It was the first match of the year, and it was great to see such a strong performance from the Noosa side. Maroochydore were the first team to score but Noosa came back quickly with a great goal from Francesco. At the end of half time the scores were even at 1-1.
After some refreshing oranges at half time the students found their energy which saw some brilliant goals saved by our fantastic goal keeper, Sandro and some great defence and team work in the front and through the midfield. Dhoom made leading goal scorer with two easy goals placed nicely past the keeper.
Well done Noosa, next game will be on the 8th May!!
Check out the USC Open Day at SBIT!
You can choose to study either at South Bank (SBIT campus) or at the Sunshine Coast, depending on your degree. USC will have academic and admissions staff there on the day to answer any questions. They will also have an ‘introduction to studying at USC’ seminar.
USC are looking forward to welcoming you to the event and there will be prizes on the day for students who register and come to the event.
Volunteers wanted to run water @ Noosa Australian Rules Football games on Saturdays.
Needed for both home and away games- transport for away games will be provided
Must be physically fit, training provided. Need now until September Please see Anj if you are interested.
This week we have three sets of siblings in the school!
Our Lexis Noosa family now has two sets of Identical twins on-campus: Ivan and Sergey from Russia and Simona and Silvana from Switzerland! Also studying with us are Taiwanese sisters, Yi-Wen and Ya-Wen 🙂
Emir (Lexis Noosa student):
“The reason why I took a homestay, was that I wanted to see how an Australian family live. I wanted to learn something about the Australian culture, traditions, foods and music.
I prefer a homestay family more than a student house, because I think my English will improve much better with a family, which has kids – like at the Nielsen’s house. Every child has a sport activity. They took me to some competitions. This was great, I spent time with the homestay family, I met new people and I had some interesting conversations.”
Carl Nielsen (Lexis Noosa Hostfather):
“I love how the friendship grows between our students, my boys and myself .
We all get to understand and witness each others cultures in our home. Also, it is great when students go travelling and return to see us. It is a special time just like family for all.”