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