This week our teachers took their classes on fun excursions around iconic landmarks on the Northern Beaches. Take a look at what they got up to:
This week our hard-working students got to discover Sydney. The classes discovered iconic beaches, Australia’s sea life, an historic building and an unusual island. Take a look at each classes adventure:
Alana took her Upper Intermediate students to the famous Sealife. They discovered the world’s largest collection of Australian aquatic life – from sharks and dugongs to stingrays and seahorses. The students were mesmerized by seeing these animals up close and even got to discover some antarctic penguins!
Valentina and Nathalia took their elementary and pre-intermediate classes to the heart of the Northern beaches: Dee Why beach. They discovered the many attractions from beach cafes and a rock pool to picnic areas and hundreds of shops.
Geovane and Mick took their intermediate class to explore Cockatoo island – a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Sydney Harbour. Only a short ferry ride away from our campus, the students got to discover the remarkable history as a shipbuilding and ship repair facility and amazing panoramic views of Cockatoo island.
Our advance and upper intermediate class and their teacher Sally discovered a building of history, charm and integrity: The Customs House Sydney. Despite the breathtaking architecture of the building they also discovered the famous scale model depicting 10 square kilometers of downtown Sydney.
Thank you to our curious students and great teachers who made this excursion week so special!