This week our teachers took their classes on fun excursions including galleries, iconic walking tracks and bowling. Take a look at their adventures:
Delphine took her elementary class to Sydney’s CBD. Together they stopped by at the iconic Opera House and Botanic gardens before discovering the art works and sculptures at our NSW art gallery. Abdullah, Mariano, Idal, Edna, Judith and Omer enjoyed discovering Sydney and getting to know each other better. Taking the studies out of the classroom, is a great opportunity for all students to improve their speaking and listening but especially our elementary students benefit from the excursions.
Jun, Juliette, Oscar, Hodei, Ririka, Burcu and Victoria took the ferry over to the city with their teacher Sam. They got to enjoy the scenic ferry ride along the Harbour Bridge and Opera house before making their way to the Phylon museum, located right next to the Harbour Bridge with unique exhibitions and stunning lookouts.
To escape the rain, our teacher Nat took her elementary class out to a fun afternoon of bowling. The class chatted away and had a blast together. Daiji, Miina, Mert, Duha, Shintaro, Mina, Taishiro, Thanatchakorn and Sadullo not only practiced their English skills but also discovered hidden bowling talents! This group chatted and supported each other like they have known each other forever, it was amazing to witness how close they have grown in such a short time.
Michela took her elementary class out on the famous walk from Freshwater to Dee Why. Ufuk, Rafael, Ebru, Catalina, Ari, Miko, Michiko, Mao, Hebun, Stewart, Nozomi, Rain and Emma were impressed with the panorama views and incredible nature of the Northern beaches headlands. Luckily they made it just in time before the big storm!
Our Premium Small Groups discovered the cultural side of Sydney, they enjoyed a bit of sightseeing and an art exhibition, before getting creative themselves and doing some clay work at the gallery. Our premium groups are small groups of up to 4 students who are eager to improve their English and learn best in a small group. The students enjoyed their day outside the classroom and getting to know each other better, as most students of this class had only just started their time at Lexis early last week.
Thank you to our curious students and great teachers who made this excursion week so special!