Noosa – Celebrating graduating students – 23rd November

On Friday, we celebrated 6 of our General English students and 22 Cambridge Students.

Last week’s graduation was a big one as we celebrated and congratulated 6 General English students and 22 Cambridge students.

The Cambridge students have been very busy studying for the exams that were held over the weekend. They have worked so hard for 12 weeks to improve their English and score well on their exams. The Cambridge teachers are so proud of all of these students and will miss everyone so much.

We are also sad to see 6 of our General English students leave us, Jana Davidova, Shiau Lan, Taichi, Rena, Pimchaya and Hiroto. Unfortunately, Jana, Shiau Lan and Pimchaya graduated earlier in the week so they could not join our Friday graduation ceremony.

Firstly, we are saying goodbye to Rena and Taichi from the Elementary class. Taichi always asked great questions in class and was happy to participate. Rena was a dedicated and focused student and has improved her English so much!

Elementary Grad

Hiroto is graduating from the Pre-Intermediate class. Hiroto was a very lively student and was a significant class member so he will be very missed!

Pre Intermediate Grad

The Cambridge teachers took the students out to lunch on their last day and organised a sunset boat cruise to celebrate all of their hard work throughout their course.

Cambridge Ferry Trip

The Lexis team are so happy to have witnessed each of our General English and Cambridge students improve their English over their time here. Although we are sad to see them leave us, we are excited for their futures

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The Lexis Noosa team has enjoyed watching all of these students improve their English and we wish them the very best for their future.

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