Congratulations and farewell to our six students graduating from Lexis Byron Bay today!
Patrick, from Switzerland, graduates from Paul’s Pre-Intermediate class having progressed to this level from Elementary. Even though Patrick was only with us for a few weeks, he made huge progress in his English abilities and always enjoyed joining in with class discussions and activities. We wish Patrick happy travels and the best of luck for the future.
Koki, from Japan, graduates from Paul’s Pre-Intermediate class. Although he was only at Lexis for 4 weeks, Koki’s speaking has really improved and he’s all set to continue on his working holiday adventure. His teachers commented that he was always keen to volunteer in class and should have no problems travelling and finding work.
Theo, from Reunion Island, graduates from Paul’s Pre-Intermediate class. Theo has been on our TAP English and Surfing Program for the past four weeks, so has been having surf lessons as well as English. We’ve really enjoyed having both Sacha and Theo in the school as they have been such polite and keen students and passionate surfers. Theo’s teachers praised his English level achieved and his participation in class.
Sacha, also from Reunion Island and travelling with Theo, graduates from Mel’s Intermediate class. His teachers Mel and Julia commented on what a pleasure it was to have him and how much they’ve enjoyed his jokes and good humour. Even though only 16 Sacha connected and participated well with his classmates and was great at giving his opinion and discussing topics in class.
Christoph, from Germany, graduates from Mel’s Intermediate class. Christoph was on an Adult English and Surfing Program so also had surf lessons most afternoons. We have enjoyed having Christoph in the school as he is always smiling and so easy-going. His teachers commented on how mature he is for his age and what a respectful and engaging personality he is. His English has also improved steadily and he progressed from Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate during his time at the school.
Kana, from Japan, graduates from Kristy’s Elementary class. Kristy told me how much she’s enjoyed teaching Kana and watching her improve over the last three months. She said that when Kana started she found it difficult to make a sentence but now they were enjoying whole conversations. Good luck, Kana, with your next adventure.