On Friday 5 December we will play Global Village Noosa and Global Village Brisbane for the TRI SCHOOL SHIELD. Earlier this year we lost the shield to GVNoosa, but we can win it back. A meeting will be held next Tuesday at 2:30 to discuss team appointments.
You try to scream but no sound comes out! It was another fantastic Gold Coast weekend away. An early start at 7am on Saturday Morning. We spent all day at Dreamworld and Whitewater World before arriving in Surfers Paradise. Then for the real reason for going on the Trip, The big night out! Some … Continued
This is a big week for students thinking of further studies on the Sunshine Coast! We have presentations planned from Sunshine Coast TAFE, University of the Sunshine Coast and CADET International College. Sunshine Coast TAFE – Tuesday at 2pm Univeristy of Sunshine Coast – Tuesday at 2pm CADET International College Bar and Barista Course – … Continued
Join the “Out & About” class starting on the 1st of December! With the “Out & About” class, it is a different look at learning English from General English. After you learn a skill, you then get the chance to go out into the city and use those skills in certain environments, giving you more … Continued
Cesar recently received his Blue Card for work in construction. To get his Blue Card, Cesar did a one day course offered by Cadet Training College. With this card he will be eligible for all sorts of work in the well-paid contruction industry. Congratulations! Well done and good luck looking for a job!
Let’s see what’s out there for this weekend…. Kitchen Hand – Bistro C (Hastings St) – Contact Dayle [email protected] or call 0403 181 882 Cooking Staff – Experienced in larder and general kitchen duties, including fryer and char grill. Apply in person after 10am to Riverdeck Restaurant, Noosa Marina. Waitperson – Noosa Heads Cafe for day shift. Must … Continued
Patricia from the Business English class held a Belly Dancing class and demonstration as part of our afternoon extra-curricular program. Patricia has been Belly Dancing for 8 years now and decided to share her skills with the other students. Thanks Patricia! If you would like to see more of this lesson, look out for the … Continued
Accompanied by Vivienne, 7 students had the opportunity to visit North Stradbroke Island for their FCE Retreat. After a long journey on a train, ferry and bus, the students finally reached their destination of Point Lookout. Here they got to see some amazing views before moving to the main beach for some fun and swimming. … Continued
Business English Course Monday November 24th to Wednesday December 24th A four week intensive course for students who need English for their work or who wish to work in English speaking countries BROAD AIMS The course will provide a wide range of business settings and situations in which students can practise and improve … Continued
Bistro C are having a summer party on the 5th of December 2008. 6:30pm to 11pm. The cost is $50 per person, includes 2 free drinks + cocktail food. Chill out with DJ + live music by Zion. Dress: White hot! To book call 5447 2855 They are also looking for staff so why not … Continued
Not only study, Dionne’s FCE class took a break from their busy study to enjoy a well deserved cooking lesson. And I heard from Becky that the food was quite good!
How the didgeridoo got its name. Scott from Bushlab ran a didgeridoo class on Monday at Pinaroo park, a short walk from the school and after a hour of blowing away on the didgeridoo all the students where feeling like they really had a work out. Scott also runs regular lessons after school and can … Continued
Oscar from Colombia came to GV with absolutely NO English, but he now going for IELTS target 6! Oscar started at our Noosa campus in June 2005. When he arrived, he couldn’t even say hello. After 7 months of General English, he decided to transfer to the Brisbane campus and completed some more General English, … Continued
I recently had two weeks off from teachingand the need to visit family in Victoria, so instead of just flying South my son and I took a motorhome on a great jouney along the New South Wales coast and then onto Geelong in Victoria. In Victoria I was joined by my wife and daughter and … Continued
Well done to Heidi’s Upper Intermediate class who won the GV Snail Cup race! (Check out the video below!) We started with a free barbecue, followed by some hilarious presentations of the racing snail profiles. The profiles are on the windows in the student kitchen if you would like to read them. Then it was … Continued
Let Kerry know if you need a hand with resumes or organising interviews! Barista and Breakfast Chef – Canteen Cafe, Noosa Junction. Apply in person to 4 Sunshine Beach Rd. Front of House – Exp staff required for busy Noosa cafe. Weekends a must. Guaranteed hours. Call Nicole 0423 015 716 . Barista – Gloria Jeans, Noosa Fair (nr … Continued
There are some great jobs available coming up to the busy Christmas period. Make sure your resume is up-to-date! Here are some jobs found in the local newspaper: Shop Assistant – Fortitude Valley Casual weekend shifts. Apply to [email protected] Customer Service – 15-30hrs per week Weekends a must, seeking reliable, experienced staff for busy food … Continued
Franziska Burkhater couldn’t wait to return to Noosa Franziska Burkhater attended classes at GV Noosa last year with her daughter Rebeka. Franziska studied general English and Rebeka did English and surfing. Franziska says ” Noosa is such a relaxed, friendly school and my English really improved. I have a busy job in … Continued
Last Friday’s Activity What better than a sunset cruise on the Noosa river with 110 of your closest friends to finish off a good week of study. The trip took a hour and half and took in the sights of the river, passing by some beautiful areas of Noosa. A great opportunity for the photo … Continued
Are you ready? Four of our FCE Cambridge classes competed in the first ever Amazing race. There were 4 teams playing not only for pride but more importantly the first prize of a class pizza party. Each class was divided into small teams of 3, making a total of 16 teams. Each team was given envelopes with clues and … Continued