Anne Derksen has been a second mother to our junior students for over five years.
Living at beautiful Peregian Beach, she enjoys introducing her students to the relaxed Noosa lifestyle. She is also great fun. I found her playing table tennis with Linda and Nicole after school yesterday evening. We are very lucky to have host families like Linda.
Host mum Anne with Linda and Nicole from Our Lady of the Rosary College, Hong Kong
Coffee, cake and conversation club is going to be re-named the laughter club!
A very funny game of ‘celebrity heads’ was played today in the kitchen. An excellent way to learn new words in English (like Rhino, and ladder!) and to ask detailed questions.
While eating cake! What more could you want? 🙂
Another Monday, another group of fresh faced new students have arrived!
Please make them welcome when you see them around school (in English of course!)
Gustavo (Brazil), Luca (Brazil), Geraldine (Belgium), Maxime (Belgium), Katerina (Czec Republic), Alice (France), Aimie-Lou (France), Pierre (France – Ivory Coast!), Dominic (Switzerland), Yu-Ting (China), Tae (Japan), Yuika (Japan), Marc (Switzerland), Malik (Oman) and Malak (Oman)
July will be buzzing with activity after school. Check out the student notice board for what is happening, when and where. Have fun!
It was a great afternoon for a movie – Room 10 was converted to the ‘Lexis Cinema’
With ‘007’ and hot popcorn for everyone!!
Our CAE classes are making a ‘racket’ in the courtyard doing a ‘passive tense’ quiz!
Sound boring? Try one of these –
They were invented in 1280 by a Florentine physicist by sticking two bits of curved glass on either side of his nose…
This drink was first made by a monk for his abbey in Scotland in 1494…
Juan came to Lexis Noosa as part of an international ambassador program organised by Queensland Tourism.
He was lucky enough to travel all over Queensland visiting every famous tourist destination and studying at different international language colleges. He came back to visit us last week and left the following letter on my desk. It made me feel very proud of our school.
Thank you so much Juan for your kind words and praise.