7 Ways to stay motivated, productive and positive during lockdown.
Posted: April 01, 2020
by Libby McCaughey.....
Panic surrounding COVID-19 has caused a lot of stress and anxiety; with confirmed cases rising, stock market volatility and worrying for loved ones, it’s completely understandable that people feel emotional at this time. With most of the nation now working from home making huge changes to their normal routine, it is important that we are all taking care of our mental health – with all the above stress combined with no social contact for the next few weeks it’s fair to say we will all be feeling cabin fever soon.
COVID-19 Government support for families and businesses
Posted: March 30, 2020
Martin Lewis from MoneySupermarket.com has some clear advice for everyone. please take a minute to view and see if this benefits you in any way.
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We are grateful.
Posted: March 29, 2020
With everybody in lockdown to subdue the Coronavirus, we would like to say Thank You to all the Emergency services keeping our community safe during this difficult time.
We really do appreciate the sacrifice you are making.
Don't kick the Couch !
Posted: March 26, 2020
Making the transition to online training can have its benefits and disadvantages. Set up your device so that we can see you; also the lighting is very important. Make sure that the room is illuminated so that we can see you.
The Zoom app has a lot of features that you can control. The Audio and Visual can be switched off/on. Backgrounds can be changed and we can schedule private lessons which you will be able to book via Facebook.
Classes are available to all students and we encourage you to attend more than one class per week; why not all the classes? More the merrier.
First online training. 72 students!
Posted: March 24, 2020
72 Students tuned in to train with Mr and Mrs Ellis on our first day..
The UK Government have locked down all non-essential business and service to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.
Our amazing students are staying at home self-isolating so that the NHS can cope with the increase of cases and have enough beds for the sick.