It's that time of year again with end of term approaching and children like to give their teacher a present to say 'Thank You'.
If your children are anything like mine I had two extremes, my daughter who wanted to buy every teacher, TA and volunteer a gift, my son who couldn't wait to finish for the holidays and was not in the slightest bit bothered about giving out presents!
From a parents perspective this time of year is fraught with tension as all of us are counting down to the holidays, preparing to pack for a getaway and a break in routine, children are tired and summer days are long.
So it can be, that the last thing on your mind is buying a gift for a teacher, unless you are one of those people I admire who are super organised and bought a gift in April!
A question often discussed in my circle of friends when my children were younger was 'how much do you spend, and what do you buy?' Always a dilemma, which inevitably ended up with the whole class giving bottles of wine and chocolates to the teachers. After having worked in a school and several children centres, trust me when I say these items are very gratefully received.
However, there is the odd occasion when you may feel that your child's teacher, TA etc has gone above and beyond for your child and, whilst wine and chocolates are a great way to say 'thank you', you just want to show your appreciation in a different way.
I have put together a few of our products which just may fit the bill, or at least give you some gift idea inspiration.
All these gifts are available on our website, just click on the picture to be redirected to our collection. New gifts are added regularly, so keep checking our website for more gifts.
In the words of the famous World War 2 poster 'Keep Calm and Carry On'. You got this!
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