Last month, I had the pleasure of joining Diana and Alex on their shopping adventures. The first outing was to the Sunshine Plaza and then to Mooloolaba where we eventually had lunch ay an Italian Bistro. We had such a lot of fun together that we decided to plan another shopping trip to Chermside … Continued
Uta Mallien and Sabrina Hirth say that returning to Noosa felt like coming home. After completing the Cambridge First Certificate course at Noosa in March 2007, both Uta and Sabrina were accepted into Berlin University to study law. They missed Noosa so much that they have returned to study for the IELTS exam during their … Continued
Applications are now being accepted for the September Certificate IV TESOL course. This program is recognised as an entry-level English teaching qualification in Australia and is to be taught on the Sunshine Coast at our Noosa Junction campus. This 10 week course is held on Monday and Tuesday evenings from 5.30pm to 8.30pm. The course is a … Continued
We normally post jobs on a Friday afternoon, but there are lots around at the moment and it might be a good time to do a little mid-week job hunting…. Food and Beverage Attendants, Bar Attendants, Kitchen Hands – Lots of jobs available at the BoatHouse restaurant in Noosaville. They are re-opening in early September. … Continued
On Friday, it was time to enjoy a winter sunset cruise… Thanks to Joti for organising a great evening out!
This week was quite emotional for our teachers and students as we said “Bon Voyage” to 5 students. Ken, from Japan, (pictured in front in traditional Japanese clothing) has been at GV for 24 weeks and has had many adventures in Australia including climbing in the Glasshouse Mountains and travelling to Cairns. We also said … Continued
With the weather warming up every day, it’s a great time of year to get out and about Activities this month are: Friday 1st – Wakeboarding Monday 4th – OzCook/Poi Friday 8th – Sunset/Noosa Lights Cruise Monday 11th – African Drumming Friday 15th – Kondalila Falls Monday 18th – Self Defence Friday 22nd – Surf … Continued
Su Jin says “Don’t go”! Su Jin is so sad to say good-bye to Elkin and Karol.
It looks like another beautiful weekend coming up, so it might be hard to stay away from the beach. For those with the energy for job hunting, here is a selection of positions vacant…. Academic Tutor – 2 hours per afternoon, Tewantin area. Call Kim on 5455 6164 Retail Assistant – I Cherry Shoe … Continued
Shiori and Mai from Chuo high school, Japan turned seventeen this week. Their classmates and teacher, Jennifer gave them a party. They said they were very happy and it was special to be celebrating a birthday in Noosa.
Im very well!!! Im having nothing to do, just looking for a job in my area, but im so happy cause my english!!!! I always speak with people here and everybody says that my english is good!! I keep having a party (but now not in my house, hihihi), going out, dancing and going … Continued
We currently have a number of rooms in various Global Village Student Houses for short term rental. Challenge Court (Share, Female) $90 – Now until 21.9.08 Challenge Court(Share, Male) $100 – 16.08.08 until 14.09.08 Tarina Street (Single) $135 – 17.08.08 until 06.09.08 Tarina Street (Twin, Male) $90 – 05.10.08 until 02.11.08 Tarina Steet (Single) $135 – … Continued
Becky has been running around with her camera phone again…. Students from Meiho High School in Japan have joined GV Noosa students for two weeks. This morning they visited Eumundi Markets. Becky ‘snapped’ some of them enjoying lunch in the school courtyard.
A new round of Option classes begin next week. Please see Nina if you still haven’t choosen your option. Choose from: Speaking Writing Business Studies Hospitality and Tourism Cooking If you would like to discuss the best option for you, please contact Becky or Nina.
Each year, Noosa hosts one of Australia’s top musical events, the Noosa Jazz Festival. The Noosa Jazz Festival incoporates more than 90 jazz sessions, held at restuarants and outdoor areas all over the Noosa area. You need to buy a ticket for some events, but many are also free to attend. The quality of the … Continued
Global Village Noosa was nominated this month for a LTM Star Award, placing it in the top 5 language schools in the Southern Hemisphere. Held in London each year, the LTM Star Awards have long been seen as the ‘Oscars’ of the language industry. Along with one school in each of Brisbane, Sydney, Auckland and … Continued
Yesterday was a fantastic day for Sakura teens to visit Kings Beach, Caloundra (about 15 minutes walk from the campus). Firstly they were given a talk on safety by the local lifeguards, then they plunged into the crystal clear water and played amongst the waves. To warm up at the end of the day Global Village … Continued
We have a big sunny weekend coming up, so it might be a nice time to hit the markets. Here is a list of where you can go… Saturdays Pomona, beside Stan Topper Park every second Saturday, 9am to noon Eumundi, Town Centre, 6am to noon (http://www.eumundimarkets.com.au/) Yandina Car Boot Sale, sports grounds, 6.30am to … Continued
It’s the weekend…no better time for a little job hunting… Gardening/Lawnmowing – Part time or full time. Call John 0421 068 541 Barista/Waiter – Noosa Heads Cafe Restaurant. Must be experienced. Flexible hours, immediate start. Call Geoffery on 0417 447 061 Housekeeper – Busy Noosa Heads resort. Phone 5447 2412 between 8.30am and 5pm. Barista – Experienced, to work … Continued
Last Thursday a load of students went to CBX in the main street of Caloundra for a night of karaoke. Initially only a few students were interested in singing, but after a drink to relax their voices they really got into it. Karen was the judge for the night and awarded prizes to SEAN for the BEST MALE VOCALIST … Continued