Student Night

Despite the rainy weather, the students made the most out of the beer tab! All of the jugs were finished within an hour but the party continued all night, see you next time!

Wakeboarding

Lexis was represented by 18 students at the wakeboard park this afternoon. It was the first time for many, so they began with the kneeboard and progressed quickly to the wakeboard. The experiences snowboarders, surfers and kitesurfers caught onto the technique easily and were keen to progress to the jumps in the next session. Overall it was a very enjoyable afternoon!

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Lexis English | What’s on…from West Coast to East Coast!

UP-COMING May Events 2012

Feel free to speak to a Lexis English staff member to assist with bookings and information, or click on the pictures for further (website) information.

 Perth International Comedy Festival from 2nd – 20th May

Presenting the best International comedians to Perth and Australian audiences

Noosa Winter Festival from 5th – 6th May

The Festival includes a variety of events for participants including the Noosa Blue Water Swim, Noosa Paddle, Bendigo Bank Family Ride, Subaru Noosa Century Cycle, Noosa Half Marathon, Mizuno Noosa 10km Run and the Noosa News 5km run/walk

Creamfields Music Festival

5th May Supreme Court Gardens, Perth  /  6th May Gold Coast Parklands, Gold Coast

David Guetta, Above & Beyond, Dirty South & more…

 Body Art Carnivale from 12th -13th May, Eumundi (20 mins from Noosa)

The Australian Body Art Carnivale is Australia’s premier body art event, attracting artists and spectators from across Australia and overseas. Amazing artwork and music all weekend…And it’s FREE!

Noosa Food and Wine Festival 17th – 20th May

Four days of superb cuisine, fine wines and fabulous foodie events featuring more than 200 top Australian and International food and wine personalities and producers plus world class entertainment. Job opportunities available!

 Music Lovers – Florence & The Machine!

17th May Burswood Casino, Perth  /  26th May Riverstage Brisbane

Australian History buffs check out the – Captain Cook ‘1770’ Festival!

The CAPTAIN COOK 1770 FESTIVAL has been an annual event for nineteen years, commemorating the visit of the Endeavour and the landing of Lt. James Cook and his party on May 24 at the town of Seventeen Seventy, as it is now known. This was the first landing for Cook and his crew in Queensland!

Fishing

On a beautiful sunny afternoon in Maroochydore there was no better way to spend the afternoon than to go fishing, on the Maroochydore river. It was the first time that the Korean, French, Japanese, German and Spanish students had been fishing, so we began with  a brief rundown of technique. Then each student cast their reels in hope of catching a fish!

Saki was the first to catch a fish but unfortunately due to both the fish and Saki being frightened, it got away. Taka reeled in a lovely little fish and kindly fed it to a local pelican, Great effort everybody!

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Meet Taka and Ryan

 

Takanori from Japan and Ryan from South Korea signed up for the new EAP course and this is what they have to say about it:

 

Taka finds EAP (English for Academic Purposes) challenging but enjoyable. He really likes the academic style reading and listening as it is so different to his General English course and pushes him to work really hard. Taka hopes to go to Tafe when he finishes the course and his dream is to work as a Zookeeper at Australia Zoo in the future. Good luck Taka, keep working hard~we hope to visit you at Australia Zoo one day!

 Ryan says that the EAP course motivates him to work harder than he ever has before. He thinks Alison is an awesome teacher and he actually enjoys doing his homework. Another reason that Ryan loves his class is that he has great classmates who are all working towards their goals. Ryan’s philosophy is that ‘Life is always changing’ and his goal is to attend University in Australia. With Ryan’s positive outlook and strong work ethic we’re sure he will achieve his goal!

 EAP  is an academic course which prepares students for further studies. It also combines IELTS components for those needing to sit an IELTS test in the future. Good luck to everyone in the current EAP course~we hope you all achieve your personal goals!