‘Cambridge students were so focused on the task they didn’t realise the lesson had ended 5 minutes ago!’ (Eileen- Teacher)
Here are some local jobs in Noosa!!!
Cleaner / Caretaker
ACS Integrated Service Provider – Shire of Noosa QLD
ACS Integrated Service Provider requires Cleaner / Caretakers for the Noosa area Queensland.
Applicants should have the following:
– Cleaning experience.
– Ability to understand & relay technical information to clients & team.
– High standard of oral & written English skills.
– Able to work effectively & possess good time management skills.
– Attention to detail.
– Reliable & able to work in a team environment
Please apply or email your full resume to HR@acsisp.com.au
cleaner wanted, 2-3 hours per day including weekends, email
Holiday House Cleaner Noosa Area
Gumtree AU – Sunrise Beach QLD
We are a privately run holiday house business which is expanding in the Noosa Area.
We have a great team on board and are looking for two more people to join our team
On offer is two cleaning roles 10-15 hours per week. Cleans will be scheduled between 9am and 2pm so works perfectly with school hours
Must have an ABN or happy to get one, a car and happy to work weekends.
Please email through your resume or a cover letter with your experience- 0432534052
Noosa farmers market on Sunday
Gumtree AU – Noosaville QLD
hi we are looking for someone in our stall to take order on sunday morning.its every sunday from 7am till 1130 am. cheers. eric
WAIT STAFF required for Miss Moneypenny’s, 6 Hastings St, Noosa
Gumtree AU – Noosa Heads QLD
Miss Moneypenny’s is a new restaurant/cocktail bar on Hasting Street, Noosa, built from the ground up and opened on 1st November. This is a wonderfully designed venue that has gained a lot of attention for its unique offering.
Miss Moneypenny’s is located in a somewhat seasonal environment, but is a high volume venue open from breakfast through to dinner 7 days a week. The venue is high end, yet accessible and non-pretentious.
It showcases an international bar menu including traditional Napoli style pizzas, and a core lunch and dinner menu which is based on Mediterranean/coastal home style food. We focus on quality ingredients, beautifully seasoned food, consistency and meticulous detail.
Miss Moneypenny’s is now looking for wait staff to be an integral part of its team of ‘sparklers’.
Successful candidates will ideally be/possess:
• At least 2 years experience as an A La Carte waiter/waitress
Miss Moneypenny’s offers excellent working conditions in a fun team environment … in one of the most prestigious and beautiful streets in Australia.
Applicants must possess a current QLD RSA certificate or Statement of Attainment.
Please provide a photo with your application. Only short listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Synchronising your diet with the seasons is certainly not a new concept. It was a necessity for our ancestors who obtained most of their food from the land -hunting, foraging, farming and preserving. In these technologically advanced busy times things are a little different. Our food supply reflects these changes; food has been engineered for efficiency and convenience, rather than entrusted to nature and the seasons.
There are many benefits to eating a diet based on seasonal availability. Here are the top reasons why I prefer to eat this way:
Taste: Foods that are grown and picked when they naturally should be are fresher and contain just the right balance of flavour producing chemicals and nutrients to taste absolutely delicious
Nutrient content: All fruits and vegetables start to lose nutrients immediately after they are harvested, so the best produce is the freshest.
Diversity: We are encouraged to eat a variety of foods to provide our bodies with the full spectrum of essential nutrients needed for health and vitality. We should aim at choosing different coloured fruit and vegetables each day to achieve this.
Environment: Food miles are a major issue impacting the sustainability of our food supply. Food wastage is another huge concern, which is why it is so important to eat foods in season. It’s important to know where you’re food has come from and treat it with the love and respect it deserves. This doesn’t always mean it needs to be organic, but rather ethically produced, honest and clean. I like to know that someone has cared for and nurtured my food, allowing it to grow naturally so that I can enjoy a lovely meal that will nourish the body and promote health and wellbeing.
Today’s class we made Green Burgers. What’s so good about them? Pistachios are high in the minerals potassium and magnesium to help nourish the nervous system when under stress. Green peas are loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients. They are a great source of Vitamin A, K and folate, fibre and packed with protein as well as iron for energy metabolism. Chickpeas are high in both protein and fibre that help keep blood sugars steady and control insulin output. The students worked well together creating this dish and enjoying some green beers to wash it down 🙂
100 g pistachio nuts
1 x 400 g tins chickpeas, (garbanzo beans) well drained (225 g drained weight) (see notes on endanami + broad beans)
100 g (1 cup) green peas fresh or frozen
1 bunch of coriander, chopped
50 g baby spinach leaves
4 spring Onion, finely sliced
2 tablespoons tahini (sesame seed paste)
generous grind of black pepper
2 tablespoons tamari soy sauce
½ cup of chickpea flour
Grind the pistachio nuts coarsely for 10 seconds in your food processor.
Add the drained chickpeas, green peas, coriander, spinach, spring onion and pulse again until combined.
Add the tahini, pepper and tamari.
Pulse again until combined. You should have an awesome green vegetable mix that comes together when pressed.
Form into 10 burgers.
Coat with pumpkin seeds for garnish if you like for presentation.
Drizzle or brush tops with a little olive oil and bake in a moderate 180 C oven for 20 minutes until heated through and golden or fry in the pan with a little sunflower oil.
Serve with a green salad and natural yoghurt
Student officer Anj was busy in the Kitchen with her healthy eating class. Teacher Freya was busy with a full class of students who had been given GIL (Guided Individual Learning) tasks by their morning teachers. There were students playing table tennis and a group watching a video.
Teacher Sarah was chatting in the staffroom with student Manuel and teacher Jamie was helping Fabiana and friends with rental advice. There were Cambridge students tucked away in class rooms doing self study or exam practice and Maria and Ana doing catch up study in the back courtyard.
The students gathered bright and early for this morning yoga routine-Fluid Power Yoga. This innovative sequence moves with natural flow that enhances vitality, agility and creativity. Through rhythmic, circular and spiraling movements, They learned to liberate poses that are often rigidly held, allowing them to grow stronger and more flexible with grace. After the intense practice the students surrendered their mind, let go of any tension and completely relaxed 🙂 🙂
A family from Dubai are looking for a French speaker to work in their home in Sunshine Beach with 4 children from mid July to end of August 2014. Please see Anj or Lindsay if you are interested.
It was a little overcast yesterday, but it didn’t stop the new students from enjoying the beautiful Noosa National Park! We took a lovely stroll around to Granite Bay, enjoying the awesome scenery and getting some great snaps of the views and some surfers. A great introduction to Noosa for our new students!