Today, the first day of spring, has brought 10 delightful new students to Lexis English Brisbane. We will look forward to seeing them blossom into their English study as Hiroki, from Japan, Elena from Italy, SeoHee, Hyun Mo, Charlotte, Shin and Jisoo from South Korea, Karolina from Poland, Jian Hong and Wei Hao from Taiwan, and Felix from Germany settle in to this beautiful city. Welcome students!
What course are you studying and for how long? Do you like your teachers?
I’m studying for 10 months and I’m in Intermediate level. I like the teachers and they teach very well. I can understand them.
Why did you choose Brisbane?
I want to visit the beautiful places Brisbane has. I’m happy with the people and the city. I finally found a job and I’m working at the moment.
What will you take back to Colombia with you?
I hope I’ll speak English well and know some things about other cultures, and I’ll bring a lot of pictures of the places I want to remember.
Our students didn’t let a little rain from stopping them having fun yesterday when we visited Mt Coot Tha! We were blessed with a break in the rainy afternoon when we first arrived, so students were able to admire the spectacular view and get some wonderful photos before the downpour started. The rain was then the perfect excuse to snuggle inside the cafe for a cup of hot chocolate.
Lexis English School’s Brisbane Campus was happy to welcome a lovely group of new students this morning. Thankfully, they arrived on our first sunny day in a week, as if the city itself was welcoming Emiko, Tomomi and Takahisa from Japan, Laia from Brazil and Minjeong and Hyewon from South Korea. Welcome students! We hope you have a marvelous experience here at Lexis, and in our fine city!.
Friday morning saw our lovely students and teachers contributing to the Big Cake Bake for the Red Cross. We had more cake than we could possibly eat, with students and staff bringing in brownies, carrot cake, vegan berry slice, 3 types of chocolate cake (mud cake, caramel and white choc!), chocolate covered strawberries, and so much more! It was a delicious treat and left a lot of us feeling rather stuffed full of sweets. But best of all, we raised $114 for the Red Cross, with students giving a gold coin donation for the yummy treat. Thanks to our students and teachers who contributed to this wonderful Friday treat!