Gifts for Teachers



  • weaver
    weaver Forumite Posts: 1,444 Forumite
    In juniors/infants my kids took their teachers a small figure from "Cherished Teddies" It was a little teddie stood in front of a blackboard

    They also sell them with letters on i.e A,B etc

    They normally sell at around £4.99 and many Jewellers sell them, i.e H.samuals etc

    the teachers always loved them, only every sent them when they left in July - didnt bother at xmas. At least they could be cherished for years to come.
    Thanks to everyone who posts comps :T
  • Georgia_3
    Georgia_3 Forumite Posts: 29 Forumite
    Apologies if already posted as I haven't had time to read the whole thread.(and this is only my second post!) I was in Sainsburys in Chester last week-they have a sale on on their jewelrey (I think the range is called "Tu.") Lots of people there were buying bits as teachers gifts, necklaces for £3, earrings at £1.50, I got some for my sister. I think its only in the big Sainsburys stores that they do this range though.
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  • trippy
    trippy Forumite Posts: 539
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    I have bought a thank you card and an orchid for the school office. Every time they look at it they will think of my daughter.
  • jellyhead
    jellyhead Forumite Posts: 21,555
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    didn't know where to stop this year - i appreciate the office staff (but they can share lol!), lolly lady, teacher, headmaster, his favourite dinner lady and the music teacher.

    i forgot they broke up today though, so in the end i only had 2 gifts on me in the playground, tubes of sugared almonds from julian graves reduced from £2.99 to 75p each lol! they were appreciated though, all the chocs had melted. told the lolly lady i had maltesers at home for her and she said the baby can eat them :D
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  • caseystar
    caseystar Forumite Posts: 6,611
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    Last year when my daughter left nursary, we bought a lovely little tea set from superdrug for £2.99 which she still uses. Plus i wrote her teacher a letter thanking her for all the work she had done with my dd and how much she had come on etc. It actually made her cry bless her!
    In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different. ;)

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