Job Hunting

Congratulations on finding a Job in Noosa

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!

What’s on this Week

Here are the exciting activities that will be done this week at Lexis Noosa.

Looking for a job and need some help writing your resume? Than look no further, our job workshop on Tuesday @ 2.00 pm is the activity that you need to do! We give you helpful hits, correct your resume and even print the finished product for you.

Also on Tuesday at 2.00 pm, we have the amazing Tanya holding a Pronunciation workshop which will help you sound out those difficult words of the English vocabulary. If you haven’t try her class yet, you need to sign up today!!

This week on Wednesday we will be cooking up a storm with our Japanese Students, as they will be taking us on a delicious journey to make Gyoza. Only 20 spots available so sign up quick at reception.

This week, Lexis Noosa will have a beautiful Sunset Picnic for it’s student night on Thursday 15th June 2017 at 4.30 pm. If you would like to watch the sunset over the Noosa River and take some beautiful photos come along to this weeks student night. We will have some delicious snacks for you to try, you can make new friends from the school and have a wonderful evening in Noosa. Sign up at reception so I know how much snacks to buy for the picnic 🙂

Have you dreamed about painting a masterpiece with water colour? Friday will be the activity for you! Phil, one of our Cambridge teachers has agreed to teach a class of 12 the techniques needed to complete a beautiful water colour painting of a mountain, lake and thunder clouds. Sign up quick if you would like to do his class!

 Poster Week 3

Hope you all have a wonderful week at Lexis Noosa!

Snap! Snap! Crocodile Alert!!!

Group group

What are the class doing?  It’s okay the crocodile is safe and was cubed and put in a delicious marinade!

crocodile meat

We designed three different marinades from fresh ingredients and left the crocodile to tenderise overnight.  We had the stir-fried cubed meat as a kebab with healthy fresh vegetables and rice.  Our chef Karina showed us how to present the rice in an attractive way using a measuring cup to form half a sphere.  This is why she is the professional! Fabulous Karina!

Students thought that the crocodile meat was similar in taste to chicken but had the texture of fish.  It is a delicacy in Australia and all the students had a try!  It’s good to try new foods when we visit a different country!

Lexis Noosa Breakfast

Ramadan Mubarak to all of our Saudi Arabian Students.

This morning our Saudi Arabian National Guard Officers prepared a breakfast for the whole Lexis Noosa school. Thank you for the beautiful start to our day!!

Option Class – Cooking

Time for Tea

The afternoon options class chose to make High Tea this week.  Students planned their menu of one savoury and one desert all in tiny portions as each morsel should be no more than two bites!  Traditional triangle sandwiches (no crusts) of egg mayonnaise were complemented by more modern takes on the traditional with cream cheese and fig and a further choice of ricotta cheese with pesto.  The Banoffee Fingers were demolished and the Scones with cream and strawberries disappeared fast.  Mini Pavlovas made an appearance topped with fresh vanilla cream and fruit and the Cream Puff Slices looked dainty and were beautifully presented dusted with icing sugar.

Each group researched their recipes and made a shopping list ready for the grand afternoon.  It was a sophisticated alternative to lunch and dinner.  Students tried Earl Grey tea and the treats were served on a tiered cake stand.  The only question that remained was “Who shall be mother?”  It is custom for the lady of the house to pour tea for her guests and the saying comes from times when tea was a luxury item and the lady of the house kept the key for the caddy.  She would mix green and black tea leaves to the liking of the household and the leave the tea to brew in hot water before pouring out into china cups.

“I say it was all rather delicious ma’am!”

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18057851_186068131914383_3095965379833029250_nTraditional triangle sandwiches

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Delicious Dip Competition

The Cooking Club have been busy in the kitchen. Maria set them the challenge to make the most delicious dip and we were graced with three scrumptious dips that didn’t only taste good but looked fantastic!!!! They were all so yummy that I’m not sure if a winner was chosen.

Activities Week 3 April

Exciting News!

Next weeks activities are looking great. Join in on all the fun next week and sign up at reception to reserve your spot. Enjoy the long weekend everyone and have a fun & happy Easter.

Poster Week 3