Orientation Day photo for Federico, who was an awesome sport and posed for his photo all by himself!! You get the VIP treatment when you start at Lexis English Noosa on Christmas week!
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Noosa turned on a gorgeous Summer day for today’s orientation photo!
A BIG warm Noosa welcome to our new students 😀
Our first sunset pre intermediate Fast Track English course was such a success, that when our students graduated on Friday they begged for it to continue to the next level. Here is what one of the students sent me:
For me the fast track was perfect because when I was in the normal course many times students start talk about all things, life, parties, barbecues and others, with it they were took out the focus about English. I don’t have time to lose; I found an excellent English school and I choose Noosa because is a city calm and welcoming.
In the fast track course I could put all my focus to improve my grammar and learn more. This kind of course is heavy; you need have time to do all homework, portfolios and exercises that the teacher asks you. My teacher is fantastic; he can cover all the class and in the same time talk about differences between British English and American English, also can explain about all students’ questions even if this questions were nothing about the class. I believe that fast track was the best option to improve my English skills. Today I can see that in small time I can talk by phone and understand things that before were impossible for me.
Rodrigo de Azevedo Carvalho
The new Fast Track Intermediate class starts Monday of course. 🙂
Phil’s watercolour painting is always a popular activity and it is surprising how much English you can learn whilst learning a new skill
This week the class made a ‘Christmas’ themed painting that could be used as a gift or kept as a keepsake.
It may be hot and steamy in Noosa right now, but it is also the festive season.
The majority of our students find it very strange to be preparing for Christmas when the sun is bright and the sky is blue. Many of our December Activities have a Christmas theme and today it was baking traditional Australian Christmas treats.
It was a full house in the student kitchen with teacher Sarah, as they read recipes (great for English practice) and helped each other make delicious sweets and little cakes.
Next week it will be Christmas tree decorations, see you there. 🙂
Our new students enjoying the sunshine and ‘warm’ late Spring temperature!