Closer Together - Day 10
Day 10 - Evelyn 7 Junior
I have chosen to do this painting because painting is a very relaxing thing to do.
A rose is a symbol of love, the single leaf represents hope and the background is blue which means peace. These three words are very meaningful to me at this tragic time because the words are a big part in our lives.
Closer Together - Day 9
Day 9 - Kasia IV Senior
The cause that I chose was mental health awareness. This is important during the Covid 19 lockdown and at all times. Many people suffer from mental health conditions and don’t always talk about it or show visible signs. Sharing your feelings with family and friends and taking the time to talk them, may reduce some of the burden that you are feeling. During this crisis people are feeling stressed and anxious about health, loved ones and their jobs or school to name only a few of the worries that people face in these uncertain times.
Closer Together - Day 8
Day 8 - Jyothi VI Senior
During this lockdown, I have been practicing more art. Drawing art is enjoyable and is important to me so these recent drawings I’ve sent are what I have managed to develop during this lockdown. Also, during this time, some friends and I have decided to try and create an animation (it may take months) but this opportunity has allowed me to develop skills in my area of interest and I would like to continue my passion for art. As for the drawings, they don’t really have much meaning by themselves, it is the act of drawing that is meaningful to me.
Closer Together - Day 7
Day 7 - Lara 4 Junior
Lara has created a collage of photos she has taken during lockdown.
Closer Together - Day 6
Day 6 - Katyayeni VI Senior
My chosen cause is writing letters. Over the quarantine period, we have all been well connected through social media and video calls which are now part of our daily routine. This is an efficient and instantaneous way of communication. However, being isolated from everyone has reminded me of the excitement behind the process of writing and receiving a letter.
Handwriting a letter takes time and effort. Unlike a text, you think about what you’re writing and make it special. It can be kept forever and maybe looked back at once the quarantine period is over. Letters take a few days to be delivered and that anticipation is what makes the whole thing so exciting. Of course, we text each other when we receive or post these letters (one might argue that this defeats the purpose of writing physical letters) but getting detailed life updates, stories, or drawings from friends in the post is great!
Closer Together - Day 5
Day 5 - Weronika 111 Senior
Lockdown showed me how to appreciate things more which we didn’t appreciate as much before it. Through lockdown my dog was really sick and had to go to an emergency vet. There they had to fight for his life, but because of the virus we could not be there with him and the worst thing was that if he died, I wouldn’t have been able to say goodbye. At this moment, this showed me another side of the lockdown and how terrible it is for people who cannot be with their close ones who are in hospital. And now every little thing he does makes me happy like him sitting in flowers which is the thing I drew to show something that is closest to my heart.
Closer Together - Day 4
Day 4 - Safiya 5 Junior
Luna is close to me because she is beautiful and funny. She makes me feel happy and gives me company when I can’t see my friends. I remember when she first saw bubbles!
Closer Together - Day 3
Day 3 - Ellen 11 Senior
The cause I have chosen is Children 1st as this charity is working very hard right now during the coronavirus pandemic, to protect vulnerable children from harm.
My collage has a heart motif as Children 1st puts children at the heart of everything that they do.
Closer Together - Day 2
Day 2 - Misha 5 Junior
I have drawn this because animals from the jungle have been found on streets in cities, so, I drew a girl looking out of the window, gazing at this new world around us during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Closer Together - Day 1
In conjunction with our ‘Closer Together’ competition with St Margaret’s we will be posting a photo each day for the next 10 days showing the fantastic work by the girls.
Day 1 - Harriet VI Senior
Every day on my daily walk I pass the ruined westburn house in the park, and I had heard that a group was being set up to restore the house to its former glory. I decided to paint the house restored as a cafe, which I think would encourage more people to go to the park regularly, as it would create a wonderful little spot in the park for people to meet up.
Mental Health Awareness
The mental health and wellbeing of our staff and personnel locally and across the world are of paramount importance to us.
#mentalhealthawarenessweek #bekind #kindnessmatters
Closer Together Competition
Tulloch Recruitment and St Margaret’s are running the ‘Closer Together’ competition for St Margaret’s pupils of all ages to keep spirits high throughout lockdown. Girls were asked to create a painting, model, piece of artwork or drawing which represents a cause close to their hearts.
Winners will have their work featured on our website.
Look out for the girl’s creative ideas in the coming weeks.
Tulloch Recruitment is proud to be supporting the local community by making a monthly donation to Assassin Health and Fitness food bank.
Lee and his team of volunteers are doing a fantastic job and have helped over 300 families so far by providing them with essentials.
If you would like to make a donation, please contact Assassin Health and Fitness for drop off locations. #staysafe #supportlocal #2020
Thank You NHS Scotland
Tulloch is proud to support our NHS Heroes near and far saving lives while selflessly putting their own at risk.
To all our clients, staff and workers we thank you all for your support in these challenging uncertain times.
Stay safe, shop local to support our communities, be kind, be proud of the work you do, the person you are and the differences we can make.
We are supporting Assassin Health and Fitness Village food bank and are happy to collect donations. If you would like to donate please call our office on 01224 625097 and one of our team will discuss drop off points.
#staysafe #weareallinthistogether #2020
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