Belgravia Education’s Lifestyle Edit: April

By 10th April 2016 Lifestyle Edit No Comments

Here’s a summary of what we are up to at Belgravia Education this month!

Reading:
We’re reading “Elizabeth is Missing” in our book club this month. It’s a touching story about an elderly lady, called Maud, who is losing her memory and struggling to solve a seventy year old mystery. Well worth a read!

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Technology: 

Colouring books are still popular in our office as a way to chill out, but we have also discovered a new app called Calm. It plays wonderfully tranquil background music that you can use for meditation or just for taking a quick breather when you’re super busy. We love the one that sounds like you’re at the beach and it’s perfect for practising breathing exercises with our children.

Eating:
We tried out The Melody in Hammersmith and loved the elegant, yet relaxed, feel of this hotel restaurant and the delicious European cuisine. Everything we ate was heavenly!

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Visiting: 

The RA are holding an exhibition called “Drawing-The Lines of Time” in their Tennant Gallery, which is a small room with a rather serene feel to it and often goes unnoticed in the hustle and bustle of such a busy gallery. It’s ideal for the exhibition of Ann Christopher RA’s line drawings, which were inspired by a residency in France. As adults we were inspired by the beautiful lines she uses throughout and particularly extended out onto the walls. Our various children and god-children were inspired to create their own line drawings at home with just pens, pencils and rulers – what an easy (and educational) activity for an afternoon! The exhibition runs until 29th May.

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