On Wednesday night a group of students went out together to watch a football match, Sydney FC vs Suwon Bluewings of Korea. With the group being from so many different countries, it was a night full of English communication! Everyone had a great time and are looking forward to next time.
On Thursday, some local universities came to the school to talk to us about possible courses and plans for after we finish our English studies. There were colleges that focused on cooking, technology, medicine, and many more. It was an interesting experience and also a chance to practice some real life English!
Last week, we had our awesome Market Day!! Everybody was buying and selling like crazy. There were tattoos, massages, hairdressers, and lots of carnival games! Like any good party, Market Day ended with lots of dance lessons courtesy of our Latin American students. It was so funny to see! e
This Friday our teacher took us to one Melbourne’s most beautiful parks – the Royal Botanic gardens. We walked along the river and then stopped for a picnic under a huge tree. The weather was really hot and it was a lovely day!
Last Friday’s excursion was to the Melbourne Zoo. We all had a great time! The weather was sunny and we saw a lot of different animals from all over the world! Some of them were happy to see us too! J
This Friday our teacher Adam took us to Melbourne Museum. It was awesome with so many cool exhibitions and interesting things to see. Our favourite was the dinosaur bones and also the Aboriginal displays. There was not enough time to see everything that we wanted to see so definitely we will go back again in […]
I went on this excursion because I am interested in nature, and I always like the free excursions we have. It wasn’t too sunny this morning which was nice, so we didn’t get too hot on our walk. The Botanic Gardens are near the school, so it only took us 20 minutes to walk there. […]
This week 50, yes 50! students went to visit the Aquarium in Melbourne. It was an awesome day and we saw so many fish and sea creatures! Check out the sharks, penguins and colourful fish below 🙂 Thanks to Andy for taking us there