Pedro from the Upper Intermediate class is organiszing a Ping Pong (Table Tennis) Competition for all students next week. The competition will culminate on Friday, 2 January and generous prizes are offered for the winners.
Everyone had a great time buying presents for other students and teachers and then giving them annonymously to the lucky recipents. Popular giftsincluded wine, chocolates and Australiana.
On Christmas Eve, 24 December, GV Caloundra students will put down their pens after morning classes to participate in our annual Christmas party.
We will have food, drink, performances by some of the students and will welcome some past students to enjoy the festivities.
There will also be a SECRET SANTA. Each student and teacher has secretly chosen another student to buy an inexpensive present for. On Wednesday afternoon the students and staff will receive these mystery presents. Lotts of fun for everyone.
Finally Merry Christmas from the staff of GV Caloundra.
GV Caloundra is closed the following dates:
25 December – Christmas Day
26 December – Boxing Day
1 January – New Years Day
Last Friday, 12 December, two of our most popular students, Pedro and Leila were married on the beach at Caloundra. Many students and some teachers were on hand to see the beautiful bride and the handsome groom say their wedding vows in a beautiful morning ceremony.
Thousands of photos were taken, theses are just a few.
The wedding reception was at the lucky couple’s flat overlooking Bulcock Beach and everyone had a great time.
Keep your eye out for more details of this story when Pedro and Leila tell the story of their endless love.
Watch all the action from the epic day of football!
Want to play soccer for Caloundra city in 2009?
Come along to meet the new coach and the local players, talk about pre-season training, have a drink and enjoy an Ausssie barbecue.
MEETING – 4 pm, Sunday, 14 December 2008 at the Clubhouse, off Arthur Street (behind the college)
President Caloundra Soccer Club
It was nearly a year ago when Joel came to Caloundra with his best friend Max. At about the same time Lucy came to study here.
Joel and Lucy got to know each other in class and ended up travelling to Ayr, in Northern Queensland, to pick vegetables for 3 months. They went to Sydney after that, then returned to Korea.
Last week they came back to Caloundra because they were missing us and the Caloundra lifestyle.
When I asked them about their future plans, they said they would be opening a restaurant in Korea and eventually settling down on the Gold Coast.