FCE classes comparing notes after their grammar session today……. who really studies more than the other???
And who is the most eccentric teacher – Anne or Michelle???
Here in Noosa we have many amazing students who find a way to balance studying English, working and enjoying the beautiful beaches. Mireia is one of these students and she has been generous enough to share her experience with us.
Mireia has been in Noosa since December 2016 and she works at the Boathouse, a popular riverside restaurant on the shores of Noosa River. She has been working there as a dish-washer since January and she likes it because she has the opportunity to meet locals and because they sometimes give her food.
She works about 20 hours a week and feels that the job has helped to improve her English because she has to speak English in the kitchen with the other staff. If you’re looking for a job in Noosa she recommends writing a really good description of your skills. She also believes that local employers are looking for hardworking and flexible employees.
She sent out many resumes and after a month of looking got the job through a friend who was working there. She feels that working as a dishwasher was much more difficult than what she expected beforehand.
This afternoon the Lexis Noosa student’s tried their luck at Tie Dying a white T-shirt.
The students watch a You Tube video to get the right skills and techniques to master the spiral tie dye look.
Now the Lexis Noosa students will wait 4-6 hours for the dye to sink into the white T-shirt and with any luck the shirts will come out absolutely beautiful!! Stay tune to see the unveiling of the Tie Dye shirts tomorrow and also to see the Lexis Noosa students wearing them to their very own Tie Dye Party!! 🙂
A big warm welcome to our General English students who started on Monday. We hope you have a wonderful time in Noosa and at Lexis!
Andreia, Veronica, Beat, Elena, Martin, Jiwon and Romana.
The New Cambridge Students started their course on Monday as well and will be at Lexis Noosa for 12 weeks.
Stephane, Mika, Shinsuke, Luca, Kevin, Urara, Marcelo, Lea, Adriana, Matthias and Lorena.
To celebrate the afternoon at Lexis Noosa we ventured down to Lions Park for an Aussie BBQ.
We hope you all have a wonderful time at Lexis Noosa! We can’t wait to get to know each and everyone of you!
Lexis English Noosa June 2017
Congratulations to Yeongsoo Choi on finding a job at Rococo Bistro & Bar and Guillermina Kairuz Ibanez for finding a job with Bistro C both restaurants are on our iconic Hastings Street in Noosa Heads. Both students will be working in the kitchen helping to prepare meals and doing the dishes. If you see them around the school and at their restaurants don’t forget to say hello and congratulate him!
Japanese-style gyoza are related to their Chinese counterparts but tend to be more subtle in flavor, stuffed with juicy pork and cabbage lightly seasoned with garlic, scallions, ginger, white pepper, salt, and sugar.
A very special thank you to the Japanese students that helped with the cooking lesson today. Tsubasa Kitayama, Asako Kondo, Ayumi Kosaki and Mei Yoshida, we couldn’t have done it without you!
Looking forward to our next cooking lesson!!