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???
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
We were honoured today to hear that Lexis English | Noosa has been awarded with ESL’s Certificate of Excellence for 2016!
The ESL Certificate of Excellence is one way for you to know that a school offers students a first-class experience and recognises schools that consistently deliver a high quality service.
Congratulations to all!
It’s the time of the year when students come back from their travels after studying at Lexis Noosa to check in with teachers and staff. Franziska is looking for teacher Matt but finds Becky, Lara and Lorena are back from Cairns, Angela checks in with teacher Anne and Flavia says hello to Annette. Again and again we hear “Noosa is the best!”
We wish you all safe travels, a wonderful holiday season and a peaceful Year 2017!
Our Cambridge teachers met early this morning to discuss and prepare for the next round of Cambridge classes starting on 03 January 2017. We will welcome more than 100 new students into our First Certificate, Cambridge Advanced and Cambridge Proficiency classes.
Last week our FCE Classes had a fabulous day out at the Eumundi Markets. Equipped with a task sheet the students ventured out to explore this beautiful outdoor market and interview local stallholders. Back at school they had to write a review! Here is Sandra’s:
Have you ever been to a traditional market? All the FCE classes went yesterday on a fascinating excursion to Eumundi Markets.
Browsing the market you can find exotic fruit and vegetables, artisan goods such as statues and dreamcatchers, beautiful hand-made clothes and many more amazing crafted products. The market takes place twice a week in the mornings in a picturesque small town in the hinterland of Noosa.
One stall in particular caught my attention because an old man was selling beautiful crafted animal statues made from marble dust and white cement. He has been producing these for 28 years and still loves everything about it. He really enjoys meeting a huge variety of different people every week – and being in fresh air while selling his products.
This market is really worth visiting because of all the unique characters and fascinating arts and crafts. It is all about the motto “Make it, bake it, sew it, grow it”! It is just amazing!
A great day out with an authentic task and excellent results! Can learning English get any better than this???
Whilst many students had shot off to catch an afternoon wave or to spot an afternoon whale, this was the scene on campus.
Teachers Annette (Cambridge First) and Anne (Cambridge Advanced) were conducting feedback interviews with their students whilst the rest were studying hard in Cambridge GIL. Teacher Ali was running grammar club and teacher Oly was keeping the Saudi pilots in order whilst they did conversation practice. Some students were just chilling in the courtyard whilst Emi had found a quiet spot to do some work on her ipad.
Teacher Suzie was busy with a Cambridge First workshop, the table tennis gang were in action and Tereza had found a sunny spot to do her homework in.