2014 World Cup Soccer Games Live @ Lexis Noosa!

Attention Soccer FANS!!!!

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Lexis Noosa will be showcasing FIFA World Cup games at school from the 13th June to 14th July!

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GO the Socceroos!!!

Opening Game will be Brazil VS Croatia 13th June @ 6am with a FREE Breakfast BBQ

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All you need to do is place your name on the sign on sheet for the game you would like to see, and as long as we have at least 20 names down we will open the school for the game with a FREE BBQ!

Fri June 13
6:00 AM
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Group A Brazil Croatia
Sat June 14
2:00 AM
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Group A Mexico Cameroon
5:00 AM
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Group B Spain Netherlands
8:00 AM
vs.
Group B Chile Australia
Sun June 15
2:00 AM
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Group C Colombia Greece
5:00 AM
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Group D Uruguay Costa Rica
8:00 AM
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Group D England Italy
11:00 AM
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Group C Côte d’Ivoire Japan
Mon June 16
2:00 AM
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Group E Switzerland Ecuador
5:00 AM
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Group E France Honduras
8:00 AM
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Group F Argentina Bosnia-Herzegovina
Tue June 17
2:00 AM
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Group G Germany Portugal
5:00 AM
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Group F Iran Nigeria
8:00 AM
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Group G Ghana United States
Wed June 18
2:00 AM
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Group H Belgium Algeria
5:00 AM
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Group A Brazil Mexico
8:00 AM
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Group H Russia Korea Republic
Thu June 19
2:00 AM
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Group B Australia Netherlands
5:00 AM
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Group B Spain Chile
8:00 AM
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Group A Cameroon Croatia
Fri June 20
2:00 AM
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Group C Colombia Côte d’Ivoire
5:00 AM
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Group D Uruguay England
8:00 AM
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Group C Japan Greece
Sat June 21
2:00 AM
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Group D Italy Costa Rica
5:00 AM
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Group E Switzerland France
8:00 AM
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Group E Honduras Ecuador
Sun June 22
2:00 AM
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Group F Argentina Iran
5:00 AM
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Group G Germany Ghana
8:00 AM
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Group F Nigeria Bosnia-Herzegovina
Mon June 23
2:00 AM
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Group H Belgium Russia
5:00 AM
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Group H Korea Republic Algeria
8:00 AM
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Group G United States Portugal
Tue June 24
2:00 AM
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Group B Netherlands Chile
2:00 AM
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Group B Australia Spain
6:00 AM
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Group A Cameroon Brazil
6:00 AM
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Group A Croatia Mexico
Wed June 25
2:00 AM
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Group D Costa Rica England
2:00 AM
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Group D Italy Uruguay
6:00 AM
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Group C Japan Colombia
6:00 AM
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Group C Greece Côte d’Ivoire
Thu June 26
2:00 AM
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Group F Bosnia-Herzegovina Iran
2:00 AM
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Group F Nigeria Argentina
6:00 AM
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Group E Honduras Switzerland
6:00 AM
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Group E Ecuador France
Fri June 27
2:00 AM
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Group G Portugal Ghana
2:00 AM
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Group G United States Germany
6:00 AM
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Group H Algeria Russia
6:00 AM
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Group H Korea Republic Belgium

There will also be Beers available at $2 each, and free tea, coffee and hot chocolate with marshmallows.

Please see the notice board for sign on sheet for each match!

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Surf Lesson with Anj and Lox

A lovely warm winters afternoon down a Noosa Main Beach yesterday with the students frothing to have a surf. Surfers, Anj and Lox led the surf lesson on the sand, teaching the student’s all the important parts of surfing. The lesson began with some surf safety, identifying rips and currents, awareness in the water, surfing safely and watching your surroundings.

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Then we moved into techniques on the board, where to lie, how to paddle and finally how to stand up on your board. After the demonstration on the beach the students eagerly hit the water to catch some waves. 

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As the sun was starting to set, and the waves keep plummeting through, the students enjoyed a typical Aussie experience, surfing at sunset! What a magical afternoon to be in Noosa 🙂

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Looking for Work???

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Look no further… Here are some current job vacancies in the Noosa area!

Kitchen Hand/Wait Staff

We are currently looking for someone to help out in the kitchen and take out orders for our cafe.
Will suit someone recently who has left School and looking for up to 15 hours of work per week.

Must be:

Neat and Tidy
Reliable
Available on short notice
Some understanding of safe food practices

If you feel you meet the above requirements and have some past experience in the hospitality industry send through your resume we would love to hear from you. We are looking to fill this position ASAP

Apply at : http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/noosaville/kitchen-hand/kitchen-hand-wait-staff/1047264757?utm_source=Indeed&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Indeed

Market Stall at Eumundi

Hello – are you an enthusiastic, mature,confident, outgoing people-person? Do you have transport? Are you interested in Natural health, staying young and being full of energy? Do you like to help other people? If so, we are looking for you to help us sell an amazing new product at Eumundi Markets on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. We will provide you with training, wages and bonuses. Start ASAP. Call Grace on  07 5400 1608 

 

Kitchen Hand needed! Experience prefered..
Gumtree AU – Sunshine Beach QLD
Part-time

Kitchen Hand needed for busy restaurant.. 2 morning shifts and 2 nights shifts per week Sat/Sun.. Experience would be prefered ..Call Jamie on 0435509099 

 

Housekeeper
Gumtree AU – Noosa Heads QLD
Part-time

We are looking for a housekeeper to work in our home each weekday morning for 3-4 hours each day. General housekeeping, cleaning and laundry duties. Phone; 0417525646 

 

Sunrise Cafe requires experienced waitstaff for evening service
Gumtree AU – Coolum Beach QLD
Part-time

We are looking for an experienced waiter/waitress to join our team. Applicant’s must have experience in table service and general restaurant duties. Hours are from wed to sun approx 25 to 35 hours in the week. More hours are available during peak season. Award wages penalties on the weekend. Please no travellers….sorry. Call Shawn on  54717477 

 

 

Healthy Eating Workshop- South American Foods.

The traditional Latin diet is simple and healthy; it is full of fresh fruits and vegetables, beans, and one-dish meals. In Latin cultures, meals are occasions for friends and family members to come together and enjoy each other’s company. In today’s healthy cooking class the students prepared a traditional Peruvian dish called Palta Rellena, or “stuffed avocado”.

What’s so good about it?

Avocados are nutrient dense, low in carbohydrates, high in fibre, antioxidants and healthy mono-unsaturated fats that are anti-inflammatory to the body. A number of age-related diseases have been linked to inflammation, including obesity, cancer, type 2 diabetes, atherosclerosis, arthritis, osteoporosis, depression and dementia. Eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, reducing saturated fats from animal sources, and choosing good oils coming from omega-3 and oleic sources — such as fish, linseeds, avocado, olives and almonds — are steps in the right direction.

After cooking, preparing and plating the dish the students sat together and enjoyed each others company 🙂

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PALTA RELLENA, OR “STUFFED AVOCADO”- PERUVIAN DELIGHTS

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Ingredients

1 cup cooked chicken breast, chopped

1 small shallot, diced

1 stalk celery, diced

2 tbsp dried currants

2 tbsp sliced almond, toasted

1 tbsp parsley, chopped

1/4 mayonnaise

1 tbsp balsamic vinegar

salt & pepper

2 ripe avocados, halved, pitted and skins removed


Instructions

1. To make the chicken salad, combine chicken, shallot, celery, currants, toasted almond, parsley, mayonnaise and blasamic vinegar in a bowl and mix until ingredients are evenly coated. Season with salt and pepper.
2. Scoop chicken salad into avocado halves. Garnish with additional parsley and serve.

 

 

Yoga for Atheletes

We had a full class in our Yoga for Athletes session today. 

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This class includes a specifically designed program for athlete that begins  with a slow warm-up and proceed to moderate heat-building poses, incorporating stretching work for the hips, hamstrings and quadriceps to prevent lower back pain. These poses will prime the body for the flexibility and strength needed for athletes.

 

Doubles Pool Tournament

Yesterday the students gathered at The Reef Hotel for a Doubles Pool Tournament. The knock out tournament showcased some of the school pool table talent with Lorena and Akane Vs Lox and Hoony making their way to the finals.

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The two teams battled it out in the finals to win a cooler bag full of beers. Well done Loxy and Hoony for taking out the Double Pool Tournament Championships!

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Welcome New Students

A big welcome to the new students who have arrived today. I wish you all the best in your studies and i hope you all enjoy your stay here in Noosa 🙂 🙂 🙂

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From Left to right: Munjin (Korea), Lucas (Brazil), Ayane (Japan), Miho (Japan), Keiko (Japan)

Painting with Phil

Phil’s water painting class is always a hit. His two hour workshop is enjoyable and creative. Phil explains how you can paint from very controlled and detailed to very loose and impressionistic. This class is a great starting point if you want to take painting up as a hobby for the future. 

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Indonesian Cooking Class

In today’s healthy cooking class we made the traditional Indonesian dish; Gado Gado. Lox is a current student and also from Indonesia, and with his knowledge on Indonesian foods, he helped the student with preparing this traditional dish. 

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So whats so good about it?
Gado-Gado is rich in essential nutrients like carbohydrate, protein, fats, vitamins and also fibre. Carbohydrate mainly comes from rice. The protein in Gado-Gado mainly comes from the egg, tofu and tempeh (a sesame-based food). This dish has important nutrients needed by the body to build up, repair, and replace the tissues in our bodies. The protein source is considered to be healthier as it comes from plant and not from animal. 

Gado-Gado contains very little fats and almost no cholesterol at all. The very little amount of fats comes mostly from the peanut sauce. The rest of the ingredients to make Gado-Gado are vegetables, which are rich sources of vitamin and fibres. Fibre helps the body with bowel function, and helps prevent heart disease. Most vegetables in Gado-Gado are green in colour and are a rich source of folate, and B vitamins, which are important in producing healthy red-blood cells and preventing a certain type of anaemia. 

Gado Gado

 

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Ingredients:

Peanut Sauce

2 cloves garlic
10g bird’s eye chilli (green chili)
20g Palm Sugar
½ tbsp salt
150 g peanuts, deep-fried or roasted
2 tbsp kecap manis
Juice of ½ lime
1 cup water

Handful of Coconut

Salad

200g cabbage, sliced thinly
75gbean sprouts, blanched briefly
250g tofu, fried till golden and cut into cubes
1 medium cucumber, quartered and cut into 1/2cm thickness
2 stalk Chinese celery, chopped finely
2 spring onion, chopped finely
10 g red and white crackers, deep-fried

4 boiled eggs

Directions:

To make the sauce
Mix garlic, chilli, palm sugar, salt and peanut in a food processor and grind coarsely.
Add lime and kecap manis, mix well.
Gradually add water and stirring at the same time, to a desired thickness.

To serve
Combine all salad ingredients in a big mixing bowl or individual plater.
Add sauce and serve immediately.

 

 

 

Beach Meditation

Meditation produces a clearing of the mind in ways that promote a sense of calm and heightened awareness. Today’s guided meditation session took the students on a journey to a dessert Island. A place where they could feel at easy and away from any tension or stress in their life. After the journey they returned back to reality where they were able to walk up the beach in complete silence and allow their thoughts to pass in their mind and focus on being completely present in this moment. 

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The Biggest Morning Tea

Today, Lexis Noosa held the Biggest Morning Tea to help raise funds for Cancer. The teachers baked and the students donated and ate, and it was lovely that everyone showed their support! Today we raised $210.45 for cancer research, prevention programs and support services for the Cancer Council! A huge thanks for all your support!

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Farm Workers Wanted!

Raspberry/Strawberry Farm Workers 
Caboolture QLD

We require Strawberry Pickers and Raspberry Pickers/Packers. Our season has just commenced and we require hard working people to complete our season. Wages are on a contract basis and when the season is in full swing work is on a 7 day requirement. Superannuation Work Cover and completion of 2nd Visa forms is provided. You must have your own transport and accommodation. Email the following details to : 

thestrawberryconnection@gmail.com 

Beach Fishing

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What a wonderful afternoon for beach fishing! And to think we are only 10 days away from winter and we can still enjoy these beautiful warm days on the beach. We started our fishing in the river inlet where the ocean meets Noosa river. As the tide was sucking out into low, a strong current was forming making it difficult to keep the line in place. We decided to move spots and fish near Noosa Woods off the fishing platforms provided. The boys dangles their lines and caught a few small fish and one puffer fish. With the warm sun and peaceful surrounding, this combined made for an awesome afternoon of fishing!

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What to expect on your first day

New students always say they feel ‘nervous’ on their first day. So here is what to expect.

  • A warm greeting at reception. You will be asked for your passport and visa and contact details and given a student handbook.
  • You will  be shown the student kitchen area where you can make yourself a nice cup of tea or coffee whilst waiting to meet the other new students.
  • At 9 am you will meet the Academic Management Team (more about us below) who will welcome you and give you a placement test. There are forty grammar/vocabulary questions and a writing task.
  • At 10 am Anj, our Student Services coordinator, will give you a full information session. You will learn all about living and working in Australia and more importantly, where the best parties are in Noosa.  Here she is giving her talk this morning;

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  • After a 15 minute break, you will have an interview with Becky, Nina or Annette. This is us:
Annette, Becky and Nina

Annette, Becky and Nina

 

  • We will discuss your study options and English goals and work out the best class placement and timetable for you. We will help you feel comfortable about starting your course and meeting your new classmates.

We look forward to meeting you soon. 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ten Pin Bowling

Last week a group of very merry students took a bus trip to the Noosa Ten Pin Bowling Center.  The students assembled themselves in teams of five and hit the bowling alley aiming for some strikes.

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The highlight of the afternoon was watching teacher Jamie and his unique style and Manu using his mind to control the ball. The King Pin of the day had to go to Reiner with the highest score overall! A great Friday afternoon activity enjoyed by all.

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Welcome NEW Students!

A big welcome to the new students who have arrived today. I wish you all the best in your studies, and i hope you all enjoy your stay here in Noosa. 

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From left to right

JungHwan (Korea), Sonja (Switzerland), Yuri (Japan), Yoora (Korea), Saori (Japan)

Lexis Noosa students practising vocabulary

Our Lexis Noosa Elementary students were learning the English for giving directions this morning. Teacher Annette pre-taught all the vocabulary and then gave the students a task. Each student had to ‘blindfold’ their partner and then direct them to a specific location.

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It was good fun to watch and a great way to practise the vocabulary.

And yet again….Noosa holds the title!

Yesterday was our monthly soccer game against Maroochydore. Last month Noosa thrashed Maroochydore 11-0, so Maroochydore arrived at the fields pumped up, and hoping to escape another embarrassment. 

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The first half had Noosa take the lead early with an amazing barefoot goal by Lox. His display of excitement had the crowd in laughter as he showed off his dance moves in front of the Maroochydore spectators. Maroochydore fired back at half time with a lovely goal in the back of the net. After some re-shuffling on the field and eager Alex wanting to come on, within the first 30 seconds, he kicked a ‘Ronaldino Style Scissor Kick’ over the head, barefoot and into the goals! This was certainly the goal of the match! Not long after this, Toshi also landed a lovely goal in the back of the net. The best save of the day came from Lorena, after Hugo (GK) missed the ball opening up the net for Maroochydore and Lorena coming through with a slide to stop the ball from going in, nice work!!

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Good try Maroochydore, but another victory to Noosa with a 3-1 win! And we continued to celebrate with after game drinks at Shades!

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New Music option at Lexis Noosa with teacher Sarah

Teacher Sarah always has novel ways of presenting her classes.

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Teacher Sarah has prepared a very interesting music option. For the music option this week, teacher Sarah asked her students to choose a popular song and re-write some of the lyrics. The other classmates then listened to the song and had to find the ‘wrong’ lyrics. A great activity to build vocabulary and improve listening skills. The students came up with some wonderful examples.

Our personal favorite is Alex Pitarch’s song -The Beatles- ‘I want to hold your hand’. He changed the lyrics to ‘I want to hold your neck’…and ‘I want to hold your leg’…and ‘I don’t want to hold your head’

Here is a link to this legendary Beatles song: https://www.youtube.comwatch?v=ipADNlW7yBM

Healthy Eating Workshop- Healthy Breakfasts

 A healthy breakfast is a great way to start the day; it gives your body the nutrients it needs to get your metabolism working throughout the day. Skipping breakfast can set you up for overeating later in the day and put you at a greater risk of being overweight. You should aim for a breakfast that combines good low GI carbohydrates, fiber and some protein.

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Today’s workshop the students learnt about about essential nutrients at breakfast, how to lower the GI of their meals and about gluten free products for individuals with Coeliac Disease. The healthy food we prepared were Buckwheat Pancakes and Coconut Cashew and Banana Smoothie, and both recipes tasted great! At the end of the class we were able to sit together and enjoyed the healthy food we prepared! MMmmmmmmm! Please see the recipes below!

Buckwheat pancakes

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What it’s good for:

Buckwheat is actually a seed, not a grain.  It has an earthy flavour and is gluten free, high in protein and essential minerals.  Almonds help alkalinize the body and contain the antioxidant vitamin E to help support your immune system. Bananas are a terrific energy food and a great source of potassium, an essential mineral for maintaining normal blood pressure and heart function.  Pumpkin and sunflower seeds are chock full of healthy monounsaturated fats, fibre and minerals that can boost sex drive and help lower cholesterol.

Ingredients

145 g  milk ( rice, almond, dairy, seed)  weigh the milk into a bowl.
50 g buckwheat flour
50 g ground almond meal ( see notes )
20 g ground flax seed (linseed)
10 g sunflower seed
10 g pumpkin seed
half teaspoon bicarb soda (baking soda)
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar

Directions

  1. Combine the rice milk, buckwheat flour, almond meal, flax seed, baking soda and vinegar to form a smooth batter.  The apple cider vinegar will activate the baking soda and help the pancake rise. You should have a lovely creamy thick batter.
  2. Heat a non stick pan with a little organic cold pressed coconut oil or macadamia nut oil and drop in about 2 tablespoons of batter for each pancake. 
  3. Sprinkle over some of the pumpkin and sunflower seed mix and cook for about 2 minutes on a low heat.
  4. Turn the pancake over gently the cook for a further 2 minutes until the pancake is golden brown and cooked through.  

The pancake itself is vegan and gluten free and provides a delicious base for seasonal fresh fruit toppings, ricotta and organic maple syrup or honey. 

 

Coconut Cashew Smoothie

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This smoothie provides plenty of healthy fats and protein and the added Maca powder will provide you in the energy needed to get through the day. This recipe combines a fantastic boost of nutrients for the morning!

Maca

Maca is a potent super food root from the Andes Mountains of Peru that has been used by indigenous Andean societies as a source of nourishment and healing for thousands of years. Maca Powder is a concentrated form made by extracting the starch – which makes the nutrition easier to digest and absorb.

Cacao

Cacao powder is one of the richest sources antioxidants found in nature. It also provides important minerals including magnesium and iron. Separated from the oily cacao butter, cacao powder is also a concentrated form of healthy dietary fiber. 

Coconut

Coconut provides an abundance of 5 electrolytes that are known to support rapid hydration: sodium, magnesium, calcium, potassium and phosphorus. Each 35-calorie serving contains more potassium than a banana, and it provides many other essential minerals and vitamins such as iron and manganese.

Ingredients

1 ripe Avocado, peeled, pitted and diced
1 ripe Banana
½ Cup Coconut Milk Yogurt
1 tsp Maca Powder
2 Tbsp Cashews
2 Tbsp Honey
3 Cups Ice Cubes
1 tsp Coconut Flakes
1 Tbsp Cacoa

Mix ingredients together in a blender. Serve.

 

Our Yoga Experience

These lovely ladies wanted to express their thoughts and feelings after the Relax and Unwind Yoga session this morning.

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Janique                       Yuki                  Naoko

 

“I’m feeling very relaxed and ‘fantastic’ after the morning Yoga  session with Anj” Naoko (Japan)

 

“I get stressed often, so yoga helps me to relax, and concentrate in class. I also feel as if i’ve had a good workout so this makes me hungry and happy” Yuki (Japan)

 

” Candle light, relaxing yoga music and teacher Anj’s guiding voice…these things together make every Tuesday morning perfect. For me it’s the best ‘nice and gentle’ start in the morning” Janique (Switzerland)

 

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Cambridge Teacher News

This week the PD session for our Cambridge Exam Preparation Teachers was on Vocabulary. Nina reports;

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We  all agreed that having a broad vocabulary is very important and the key to doing well in Cambridge examinations.

We shared successful ways of helping and encouraging students to build vocabulary that will help them deal with the different tasks in the Cambridge exams.

We all agreed that students should not only read widely, but should try using new vocabulary immediately through either speaking or writing activities.

Battle of the Sexes

This epic battle has raged since humans have walked the earth – who knows more about the opposite sex? Today the students had the opportunity to show off their sexes superiority? The Battle of the Sexes is a game where male and female contestants challenge each other on trivia questions. The principle of the game is to demonstrate the imbalance between male and female genders as they compete.

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Well done to the females, who today showed that women know more than men about the opposite sex! 

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Cleaners Wanted!!!!

6 cleaners wanted for cleaning work in Noosa. Must have an ABN, must be able to stay in Noosa for at least 6-12 months, available weekends and to start as soon as possible! Please see Anj for details on how to apply. Image

Welcome New Students

What a great day to arrive in Noosa. There’s not a cloud in the sky and the weather is perfect. What a great way to welcome our new students to such a beautiful place!

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From left to right: Kaori (Japan), Woong Sun (Korea), Luca (Switzerland), Etienne (Switzerland), Hana (Czech Republic), Clemens (Switzerland), Mary (Russia), Basil (Switzerland), Jasmin (Switzerland), Lea (Switzerland), Isabel (Brazil) 

Cambridge First Writing Task

Our FCE students did an activity in class to practice working on more vivid descriptions in order to bring their writing to life. Here are some changes that were made to some rather basic and non-descriptive sentences.

  • After dinner and drinks she walked home. Following an incredibly delicious meal and a few too many alcoholic beverages, the young girl staggered home.
  • Lexis English is a good school. Lexis English is an absolutely amazing school, located in a lovely, small, coastal town called Noosa.
  • He met a nice girl on Saturday. The extremely shy, young student met one of the loveliest girls he has ever met on Saturday evening.
  • On the weekend we relaxed at the beach. On the long Easter weekend, we spent time chilling out with friends at Noosa’s gorgeous Main Beach.
  • She’s good-looking and intelligent.  She’s not only absolutely stunning, but she’s also incredibly intelligent.
  • My teacher bought a new car.  My favourite teacher bought a brand new, red sports car.
  • I cooked dinner last night. I cooked a tasty, full, three-course Italian meal as a romantic surprise for my girlfriend last night.
  • I studied hard but I didn’t pass the exam. I studied extremely hard for the exam but unfortunately the grammar was way too difficult for me, so I failed.
  • The playground was full of children.  Although the playground was old and filthy, it was packed with noisy young children.
  • We are enjoying the FCE course.  Despite the rather challenging grammar, we are enjoying every second of our time in the FCE course.

Thanks everyone, great work and I am sure that other students will benefit from this blog.

FCE with Kirsten

Lexis Noosa -job hunting- workshop

This afternoon, teacher Jamie ran the -job hunting- workshop for our Lexis Noosa students.

IMG_2535In this workshop, teacher Jamie is making sure the students know how to build a resume and a cover letter. He also teaches how to prepare for a job interview and how the students should approach businesses. Using the teacher’s precious hints, the students are now on a fast track to employment in Noosa! Thank you teacher Jamie.

CPE Student Omar Will Entertain The School Tonight

Swiss DJ Omar Ponzo will be in full action at Shades Wine Bar tonight.

omar CPEOmar is studying in our Cambridge Proficiency Class so we hope that teacher Tim has ‘gone easy’ on the homework tonight! Word on the street is that ‘everyone’ will be there. Have fun.

Tennis

Yesterday afternoon we had our monthly tennis competition at Noosa Tennis Club. The group of 8 split into two doubles teams, the boys played Swiss vs Spain and the girls played Swiss Vs Japan/Swiss. The boys had a close set round of competition, but Fernando and Manu from Spain proved to be too powerful for the Swiss team winning the competition. 

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Meanwhile, the girls played a friendly match and had a lot of fun doing so. It was the first time some of them had played tennis and they are eager to play again!

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