Visit Australia Ryugaku Centre

Today we had a visit from Australia Ryugaku Centre which is an agency that specialise with our Japanese students. We hope you enjoyed your tour around Lexis Noosa and all our information given by one of our wonderful Academic Support team members, Tanya!Tanya & agent

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

On Friday morning we held an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event, and the turnout was incredible. In fifteen busy minutes, we raised $504 for the charity Cancer Council, where all the proceeds from the sale will be donated to cancer awareness and research. Many students bought food as a class or brought in home cooked treats. We had a large range of foods varying from a Naked Cake to brownies and cheesecake. With sales happening left and right the food was gone in what seemed like only minutes.

Thank you to our wonderful work experience students Lauren and Sophie who organised the whole event and made it happen!

Biggest Morning Tea

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Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Are you ready to take part in Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea and raise money for the Cancer Council?

When: Friday at Morning Tea (10:30 – 10:45)

Where: Lexis Noosa Courtyard

If anyone loves baking and would like to make something that we could sell at the morning tea that would be appreciated. It could be cakes, sandwiches or anything that you think would be yummy for morning tea.

Competition Time

We will be running a competition for the best baked morning tea snack. You could win either a bottle of wine or a 6 pack of beer valued at $20 & of course the title of:

THE BEST COOK IN LEXIS NOOSA!

Bring some money if you would like to buy something to eat.

All money raised on the day will be given to the Cancer Council as a donation.

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea funds cancer research.

We hope to see you there!

This morning tea is dedicated to our family & friends that are suffering or have suffered from cancer throughout their lives. We would love to raise awareness and donate to the cancer council so that everyone, especially our loved ones can get all the help that they need to fight the disease.

The story below is one of many cancer stories in our community.

Eva Menelaws story

This is Eva and she was diagnosed with breast cancer last November. She has been through Chemotherapy, has had a double Mastectomy and is about to have Radiotherapy. If anyone would like to read more about Eva and her family’s story, please follow the link: https://thebreastdaysofourlife.wordpress.com/2016/11/27/when-your-cells-dont-know-s/

Our hopes and prayers are with Eva and her family at this time. If you would like to make a donation please go to our Biggest Morning Tea webpage, all money raised on the day will go to the Cancer Council:

https://secure.cancercouncilfundraising.org.au/registrant/FundraisingPage.aspx?Referrer=%26Referrer%3dhttps%253a%252f%252fbiggestmorningtea.com.au%252fhost-a-morning-tea%252f&RegistrationID=1113744

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.

Hope everyone enjoyed their relaxing afternoon!Yoga 17.5

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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Work Experience

What better place to do your work experience than in our amazing, vibrant, exciting Lexis English Noosa campus, where the fun never stops! Today we were lucky enough to meet Lauren Galagher and Sophie Summers from St Teresa’s Catholic College. Both girls had a taste of what it’s like to be one of our students for the day. Their itinerary for the day consisted of:

  • Taking the level entry English exam
  • Orientation
  • Attending class
  • Lunch (best part of the day and can’t have them go hungry!)
  • Conversation Club

Both students are interested in finding out what techniques are used in teaching students from different countries as some day they hope to become teachers. Both Lauren and Sophie are learning French at their school and Lauren is also learning to speak Spanish outside of school.

Hope you both enjoyed you day and can’t wait to see what tomorrow brings!

Work Experience