Mark has recently joined the Accommodation team here at Lexis Noosa after returning to Australia from his exciting travels throughtout Asia and Canada.
Mark will be available to assist students in finding suitable accommodation and is looking forward to meeting you all!
Mark is a local who has grown up in the Noosa area and recently returned from Canada on a 2 year working holiday program. Having traveled extensively, particularly
throughout Asia, he is excited to meet all our wonderful students who come from a variety of cultural backgrounds.
After three weeks of the Drama Option some of the very talented students decided that they were ready to perform their absolutely hilarious skits for the entire school. Their teacher, Nicky, helped them to make their skits even more fantastic and then the rest was in their hands. The show opened with a witty skit set in a hotel lobby with the worst receptionist in the universe. He insulted the guests clothing, intentionally misunderstood him and ended up making him leave in dire frustration. The boys left us in hysterics with their superb comic timing.
Then we were taken into a meeting for the inheritance of a million dollars. Whereby three people appeared all claiming to be Mr. Jones from Cadith. The hostess of the event was very cunning in her ability to discern who the “real” Mr. Jones was.
The last and definitely not the least skit was a formidable script that depicted the difficulty of homonyms when trying to communicate in English. The antagonist had an ulterior motive for misunderstanding everything that was said to her -this was beautifully revealed at the end.
It was a fabulous afternoon and the actors were extremely well received by the everyone in the audience. Nicky was extremely proud of her students and we thoroughly look forward to the next Drama show.
Thank you for making our Friday afternoon so delightful!!!
As a farewell gift from some of our amazing Russian students, some absolutely scrumptious Borscht was made by Elena. The staff and students thoroughly enjoyed this and we are really going to miss Anton, Vladimir and Elena. Thank you for spoiling us with this deliciousness.
Our students were pleasantly surprised at morning tea today when they heard the bellowing of the bagpipes calling them to the courtyard. A crowd appeared as our special guest played a number of tunes for our enjoyment. Some students were even inspired to get up and do a little jig.