New Student – Lexis Noosa

Lexis English Noosa would like to introduce our new student starting today from Taiwan, Yo Chao. Welcome to the Noosa and we hope that you enjoy you stay here with us. If you see Yo Chao around the school please stop and say hello  and make him feel welcome.

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Yoga in the park

This week our Wednesday afternoon activity was Yoga at Pinaroo Park. It’s always such a great activity for the students to do after a long day of concentration in the classroom.

Yoga, apart from being a super fun activity also has many other benefits. Yoga can increase energy & concentration levels, be a great form of stress relief and best of all is a form of physical activity.

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Hope everyone enjoyed their relaxing afternoon!

Graduated Students

Congratulations!

Our Military National Guard Officers Abdullah, Abdulrahman & Bader have graduated  today! We are all so proud of you guys. Enjoy seeing your family back in Saudi & best of luck at Flight school! 🎉❤️

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Welcome New Students

We love seeing new faces at Lexis Noosa every Monday. So a very warm welcome to our new students this week!

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Welcome to our new Saudi Arabian Military National Guard Officers! Such a pleasure to have you boys at our school. Good luck with your studies and we hope that you all enjoy your stay here in Noosa.

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We are so happy to welcome Lucas from Brazil, Romain from Switzerland, Byeori from Korea and last but not least Kohji, Asako & Ayumi from Japan!

 So nice to meet you all and we can’t wait to get to know you while you are studying here at Lexis Noosa.

Our Excellent Eumundi Excursion

img_2998On Wednesday, 16th November 2016 we made a trip with our Lexis Upper Intermediate A class to Eumundi Market. We caught the bus at 8.55am in Noosa Junction with our teacher Olly. There we made some teams and he gave us some instructions.

Our team had to do an interview with a seller from the Market. While we were walking Kim disappeared and we found him in a clothes’ store.

img_3001That is how we met Scott, a 55 old Australian who lives in Coolum. He has been working there for 25 years every Wednesday and Saturday with his wife. He also has another store in Caloundra, where he works every Friday. He was very friendly and open-minded and he told us he really likes working at Eumundi Market because he can meet a lot of people and interact with them. He said we were good guys and he enjoyed talking to us. 

We had an amazing time there and saw many different and interesting things. We saw a lot of hand-made things, artistic people and all different kinds of international food.  We met a lot of warm-hearted people who gave us the opportunity to speak with them.

We hope you enjoy our text a lot. 

See you on the next trip!!!!!

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E xcellent opportunities to buy special “Aussie” things

nique atmosphere surrounded by the melody of the didgeridoo 

arvelous smells of international food, spices, leather, candles and flowers

nbelievable, friendly and warm-hearted sellers

ice weather with a fresh breeze for browsing the shops

elicious flavors of pancakes with chocolate and cream

nspiring place, people and creations

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Eumundi Market: Then and Now

The first Eumundi Market took place on Saturday 24th of March in 1979. The whole market included 3 stalls and 8 people went to the market. Originally the market was created for the local artists who wanted to sell their handmade products. The original Eumundi Market was expanded in 2002 to include a Wednesday market. In 2009 the stalls were expanded to more than 600. Today approximately 1.6 million people visit the market each year. One of the first sellers was Christa Barton. She still produces beautiful pottery but she left the market in 2004 and moved to Tasmania. Eumundi rocks!

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FCE Conversation Fun

All three FCE classes decided that they would come together and practise their speaking. It was a highly successful session and a great opportunity to practice their newly developed vocabulary and grammar skills.