What’s on at Lexis Brisbane – JUNE 2017

Hey everyone! Happy Monday, and welcome back to another week at Lexis Brisbane. The June calendar is now ready for your viewing pleasure, so pencil in those dates as we have heaps happening this month!!

What else is on this month:
Wednesday, 31st May: State of Origin! Make sure to wear maroon or blue to show your support for your favourite team. Staff are also encouraged to dress up! GO QUEENSLAND!!

JUNE 17 Activities

β˜•οΈ A little bit fancy… πŸ°

Recently, our Intermediate classes have been learning all about ‘Indirect Questions’ such as “Could you pass me the tea?” or “Would you be able to cut me a slice of cake?”.Β Today in the student kitchen, they practiced using this very polite style of speech at the Lexis Tea Party, where even the Queen herself made an appearance. What a great idea! πŸ™‚


What’s on at Lexis Brisbane – APRIL!!

Hey Brisbanites! 😁 πŸ‘

What a crazy last week of March this was! But we should expect those pesky storms to ease as we make our way further into Autumn!Β πŸ‚ 🍁 And here at Lexis Brisbane, we have plenty of fun activities for you to do across the month of April! There will also be a few public holidays throughout the month, so please take note of these as the school will beΒ closed on these days.

Grab your copy of the calendar from Reception and Student Support desks! See you next month! 😘

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What’s on at Lexis Brisbane in MARCH! πŸ‘πŸ‘

Woohoo! Our activity calendar for March is now ready! Pencil in those dates, people – there’s lots to do this month, including our most popular event LONE PINE!! πŸ™‚

Grab a copy of your calendar from Tara at Reception or from the Student Support desk. πŸ™‚

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β˜€οΈ Beach Safety Talk at Lexis Brisbane!πŸ’¦

This afternoon during Option Class, students were treated to a free beach safety demonstration from our very own Surf Lifesaver Scott!

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Scott has been a lifesaver for many years, and has a lot of experience dealing with issues faced at the beach – particularly with tourists not knowing correct safety procedures. 😦 So it was great that he took the time today to help our students understand these important tips! Thanks for coming, Scott! πŸ™‚

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Celebrating Aussie Day at Lexis Brisbane! πŸ΄πŸΊ

Keeping with the theme of Australia Day, students enjoyed some delicious Aussie treats after their Option Classes today! πŸ˜€


Cheers! πŸ™‚


We set up a buffet of yummy snacks, and typical Aussie beer for everyone to taste and enjoy, (maybe not the Vegemite).


These remind me of being a child again! πŸ™‚



An Aussie classic!!


A Brisbane brewed beer – XXXX Gold!


Beer from New South Wales – Toohey’s New


I’m a Queenslander though!! πŸ˜€

Although we did have a Vegemite challenge! Some students enjoyed it, others did not. (just look at my face!!!)Β πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


Before the VEGEMITE CHALLENGE!!! We are happy!!


During the Vegemite challenge!!! We are not so sure…


Aaaaaaand after the Vegemite challenge! We regret everything, hahahaha!


Juan is not so sure about Vegemite… Hahaha!


What great fun we had! Thanks for having a go! πŸ™‚

We hope you all had a wonderful Australia Day yesterday, and have a cracka of a weekend! πŸ™‚ See you next week!!

Visiting Brisbane’s Iconic Clock Tower! πŸ«

For this afternoon’s activity with Tara, students enjoyed an informative tour of the iconic Brisbane CityΒ Hall, followed by a ride up the clock tower.


The Town Hall is open to the public every day, with tours every 2 hours! Be sure to check out this Brisbane beauty! ❀️


Only a maximum of 7 people can go in the lift at once. We had to split up!



Kobe is Brisbane’s Sister City! ❀



Hello Lexis!! πŸ˜€ We see you down there!


Visit the Brisbane City Council’s website for opening and tour times, orΒ read up about some of itsΒ history yourself! πŸ™‚