October Ping Pong Championship

Twelve very skillful and very keen students giving it their all to see who was this months Ping Pong Champion.

Yudai and Marc warmed up before the championship began whilst Erika, Kai, Federica and Stefan took a more relaxed approach by taking in the fresh Byron Bay air.

In total there were 11 games played before we hit the Grand Final between Jun and Gustavo.  Both men gave it their all but it was Jun who won this month’s championship  15 points to 13 points. Well done Jun and to everyone who participated. Practice has already begun for next month so watch out Jun!


Cape Byron Lighthouse Tour

It was an amazing afternoon for the girls of GV Byron Bay who enjoyed a tour of the Cape Byron Lighthouse.

The GV girls had a great time in and around the Lighthouse. The 30 minute tour was very informative as well as fun. We saw a shark from high up in the lighthouse. Andy the tour guide confirmed this but Nadia was adamant that it was a sea turtle, she did come around though after watching it for a short time. It was a perfect way to end a hard day of study!!

Salsa / Latin Dancing Takes Over GV Byron Bay

Its all in the hips and in the way you move and groove…

Maddy showed us all how to get down and groove to the sweet sounds of Salsa and Latin music last week. There were a few left feet to begin with but as the lesson progressed so did our skill level. Marion danced up a storm with Jun, whilst Carla and Kai heated things up with a bit of hip swinging..  Thank you Maddy for showing us how it’s done. We are all looking forward to the next lesson!

Lamington Fun

Who would have thought that making lamingtons would be so much fun. Everyone who took part enjoyed getting down and messy!

There was no holding back when the students were told that they would have to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty. It was all smiles especially when it came to eating the end product!!

Positions Available

Rae’s On Wategos – is seeking enthusiastic & professional cocktail, bar & floor staff, experience is preferred, please email resume to: raes@wategos.com.au.

Bar & Bottleshop Attendant – required 30+ hours per week, experience necessary. RSA & RCG required. Must be reliable. Apply in writing to: PO Box 61, Suffolk Park 2481.

Casual Delivery Work – 8-10 hours over 2 days, 31st & 1st of every month $160 to $200. Own car essential, no experience necessary just a 12 month commitment. 6680 8440

Byron Bay – Par time sales position for ladies fashion, must have 3 years minimum current experience in fashion retail sales.

Ph / Text 0448 030 344 or 6685 3973.

LULU’S Cafe in Mullumbimby is looking for a very experienced barista. 6684 2415

Cleaner’s Urgently Wanted – Plenty of long term consistent work Ballina, Lennox, Byron, Mullumbimby & surrounding areas. Flexible hours, can work school hours Mon-Fri. Housework & ironing in private homes. Earn from $20 – $40 per hour. Experience essential + car & phone. Ph 9249 5539 or apply online: http://www.absolutedomestic.com.au/jobs

Ballina Beach Village – Cook / Chef – Reception Staff – Waitress – Yoga, Pliates Teachers – Sport equipment rental operator. Also teachers / entertainers wanted for drumming, fire twirling, didgeridoo, circus skills, etc. Send your CV to: info@ballinabeachvillage.com.au.

Hairdresser –  Experienced senior hairdresser required for part time position, flexible hours available. Phone Shelley at The Hair & Beauty Centre. 6684 1441

Munch Juicebar & Takeaway Front of House Person – Required 15 – 30 hours per week. Come in with resume.

Retail Sales – Minimum 3 years experience in retail sales. enthusiastic and  customer service focused, good work references. Please send CV and references to: mike08@westnet.com.au.

Taxi Cleaner – Immediate start, reliable, energtic, Early mornings and must be able to work weekends. Ph 0410 939 043.

Ballet Teacher – and student teacher Mullumbimby. Ph 6684 779.

Industrial Sewing Machinist – Casual light upholstery work. Ph 0412 856 722.

Connections – A Magazine Written By Students for Students

The Upper – Intermediate students at GV Caloundra have been busy these past few weeks putting together a magazine.

Connections

It’s aim is to provide new and current students with valuable information about GV Caloundra and Caloundra in general but there is also some handy information for students in any locations as well.

Click this link to see the Newsletter

Many thanks to all the students at GV Caloundra who worked hard on this project and a special thanks to Nathalie their teacher who has had to edit and format the magazine.