This morning the Lexis Noosa Sunset class students celebrated the 1st of December by making some Christmas pancakes! Enjoying their pancakes with plenty of toppings. They had a choice of strawberries, banana, blueberries, nutella, cream, maple syrup and chocolate chips….YUM.
Hope you all enjoyed your Christmas pancakes and are all full and ready for a great afternoon of study before you get excited for the weekend.
Flourine the pancake maker and Kaoru having a great morning.
Today I sat down with student Nicolas Boulanger to find out about his time at Lexis Noosa.
Where are you from: Ermeton-Sur-Biert, in Belgium Which program are you studying: I’m in the Teen Activity Program – first I did TAP Surf, and now I’m doing TAP General. In total I am here for 6 weeks (this is week 5) – I am on summer holidays from my school in Belgium. Why did you choose to come to Australia to learn English: My friends have gone to England and America to study and I wanted to go somewhere different. And I love Australia. Why did you choose Lexis?: My parents found out about Lexis and thought it would be a good idea. It was a great idea! What do you like to do in Noosa: Hang out with my friends, go surfing and being outdoors. What is your favourite thing about Lexis Noosa?: The teachers, they are close to their students, they’re approachable. They discuss with me, how and why, not just ‘at’ me. I like their style of teaching. What do you like to do in Belgium: I’m on the National Baseball Team, so I play a lot of baseball and train a lot too. Do you have any siblings (brothers or sisters)?: I have a little sister, she is 11 years old Do you have a life motto?: If you want something you’ve never had, you have to do something you’ve never done
Teacher, Aaron Roach, and Nicolas
Nicolas playing for the Belgium National Baseball team