I would like to give a big welcome to our new students starting at Lexis Noosa today. We have Tomas and Petra from Czech Republic, Hitomi and Mikako from Japan and Miae from Korea. We hope you all have a wonderful time at Lexis Noosa!
Maria and Sam’s class combined forces today and used their English skills to make pasta. The students made the pasta dough from scratch and made delicious Pici Pasta with basil pesto and cheese. Everyone enjoyed a break from their books and learning new skills.
Today we are saying goodbye to Ricky, Dong Hee, & Won from South Korea, Yuki, Chika & Kaori from Japan and Yannick & Marc from Spain. It’s a very sad day as these students have been with us for such a long time.
We will miss you guys! Goodluck with your travels and please be SAFE.
We had such a wonderful night at the Lexis Noosa Tie Dye Party!
Our Lexis Noosa students spent the previous afternoon dying their own T-shirts beautiful different colours so that we could wear them to the Cornerstone Pub for our Tie Dye Party. Looks like everyone was having a wonderful night making friends, listening to music and playing pool.
Congratulations to Diana and Chiharu for getting a job so quickly!
We can’t thank Sahra from Zapala People enough for helping our students. Diana and Chiharu went for a job interview 2 Weeks ago and got called back for a second one to then be told that they got the job at the new Teppanyaki restaurant in Noosa Junction.
Let us know how you like working here in Australia. Can’t wait to see how much you improve your English.
Let’s have a look and see what’s planned for the month of May at Lexis English Noosa.
There’s so many activities to do this month, I’m sure you will find something exciting to do! We’ve even thrown in some more free workshops to help you practice your English. We hope you all have a wonderful time with us here at Lexis Noosa and don’t forget to come to reception and sign on for your activities or if you have any questions about the calendar.
Congratulations to our graduating students at Lexis Noosa today!
We say goodbye to Sasha from IELTS, Nadia from Pre-Intermediate, Yara and Rafael from Intermediate, Valentine and Maxime from Upper-Intermediate and Sayaka from FCE. We hope you have enjoyed your time at Lexis Noosa. We wish you all the best for the future and safe travels!
Yesterday afternoon Lexis Noosa students and teachers made their way down to the Noosa River for a sunset river cruise. This is a great opportunity for the students to meet new friends, improve their English and see different landscapes of Noosa Heads.
The students enjoyed some nibbles and drinks while they sat back and relaxed taking in the beautiful sunset.
The night was followed with a cozy bonfire, plenty of laughs and all round good vibes.
Lexis Noosa has partnered with Zapala People to create the best Job Workshop for the Lexis Noosa students. Zapala is a “Happy small team, focused on recruiting, training and placement of awesome talented people across the logistics, hospitality and housekeeping industries”.
Lexis Noosa couldn’t be happier to be helping our students as much as we possibly can. Zapala will be helping our students to write their resume, get their TFN & ABN, fill out new employee forms, help with superannuation and of course help finding them a job.
This morning Lexis Noosa welcomes 11 new students to join the Lexis Family!
We welcome YooJeong, Sang Geun, Yong Min and Won Yeong from Korea. Yutaro, Mayu and Shiori from Japan. Ampardo and Yannik from Spain. Lara from Germany and Lydia from Switzerland. I hope you all have a great first day. Enjoy Noosa Heads as much as you can while you are here because when you leave I promise you will miss it a lot!
This afternoon Lexis Noosa students got to join a Zumba class with NoosaZumba’s amazing teacher Nella! Zumba is an aerobic fitness program featuring ovements inspired by various styles of Latin American dance and performed primarily to Latin American dance music.
The class was filled with plenty of laughs and smiles which shows that Zumba is a fun and exciting way to work out!
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Lexis English Australia is over the moon with our rating from the ESL students.
ESL Education is one of the biggest agency’s that support Lexis English Australia with ongoing International students coming to Australia to learn or improve their English. The ESL Certificate of Excellence award is 100% based on student feedback’s so when Lexis Noosa received the ESL Certificate of Excellence award of 4.2 out of 5 the school was extremely proud.
Director of studies Becky Cantor very excited about the school’s award.
Welcome to our five new students at Lexis Noosa this morning. Greetings to Sol from Korea, Katrina from Switzerland, Francisco from Spain, Joao from Brazil and Chika from Japan! We hope that you all enjoy your studies at Lexis Noosa.
Friday afternoon at Lexis Noosa calls for a cider tasting activity.
The students get to taste 6 ciders from Australia and rate them according to the appearance, aroma, taste and palate.
The ciders that the students get to taste are Somersby Pear Cider, Rekorderling Strawberry and Lime Cider, Matilda Bay Dirty Granny Apple Cider, 4 Seeds Bright Apple, Cheeky Rascal Passionfruit and Pink Lady Cider and lastly Pure Blonde Apple Cider.
This afternoon the students participated in a cooking class. The students learnt how to make Trifles which is an English dessert that is made up of sponge, cream, jelly, biscuits, cream. custard and fruits.
The students spent up to half an hour preparing and decorating their trifles… best of all we got to sit down and relax while we eat our finished product.
What do you do if you find a baby bird out of its nest? If you’re out walking and you see a snake what’s the safest thing to do?
All these questions were answered by wildlife volunteer Ros who works for WILVOs a wildlife rescue organisation that helps birds and mammals from Bundaburg to Brisbane. Students were taught about the importance of not feeding wild animals and respecting the nature around them in this beautiful part of the world.
Ros bought in the pouches, rescue cages and baby bottles and showed the students what equipment was used to help the sick and injured wildlife.
Thanks Ros and WILVOs for all your great work in helping our native animals!
Today we welcome Chiho, Ayako and Arisa from Japan, Atschalina, Lucie, Alina and Sabrina from Switzerland, Hyeryeong from Korea, Franziska from Austria, Jordan from France and last but not least Guilherme from Brazil.
We hope that you all enjoy your first day here at Lexis English and have the best time in beautiful sunny Noosa.
Wondering what the YMCA tour group have been up to?
After an eventful morning learning English the YMCA tour group were ready to get to the beach. Their activity for the day was bodyboarding and they were so excited to learn how to do this because this was a very new activity for them.
The activity started with a safety talk just to explain how the ocean works and what they should expect in the water as it was quite a windy day.
After that it was time to get into the water! The students were a little bit nervous to start with but after the instructor pushed them into a few waves they were ready to catch them on their own.
We found out that all the cooking class enjoy hot and spicy food! This week we researched types of curry from around the world and we decided to make curry from India. Using fresh locally grown ginger from Buderim and green beans from Gympie we made two types of curry with condiments.
Everyone found out how to make naan bread, which is a great alternative when you are travelling and camping as it’s quick and easy to make and you can leave to rise whilst you are driving along!
We had a great time talking about food, describing tastes and aromas and following and adapting the recipes we chose together!