Teacher Thank You Gift Ideas

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  1. Angela Treadway says:

    Usually a box of chocolates x

  2. michelle o'neill says:

    box of biscuits x

  3. Kim Styles says:

    nice stationery

  4. laura stewart says:

    flowers 🙂

  5. Jennifer Haden says:

    I think a nice gift card would be nice, doesn’t have to be much, but I’m sorry it would be appreciated.

  6. Sue McCarthy says:

    I don’t have any kids but chocolates or a scented candle seem like a good present

  7. Amanda says:

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    Anything handmade, I think handmade gift have something much more special about them

  8. Hayley F says:

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    Something handmade from kids x

  9. lucy higgins says:

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    A kilner jar filled with sweets or bath salts

  10. Elizabeth Hinds says:

    I know it’s a bit generic but I think biscuits/wine is always appreciated and will always get used 🙂

  11. ValB says:

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    A homemade cake

  12. Nina Motylinski-Davies says:

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    we hold a collection so that we can buy one big class present . Last year we bought the teacher a cath kidson rucksack as we knew she loved walking!

  13. Fiona K says:

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    a box of luxury truffles

  14. Julie Booth says:

    wine is always a good bet unless they are teetotal!

  15. Susan B says:

    That’s a great list. I particularly like the Camouflage Company multi-purpose item. I ten to buy consumables as teaching staff get so many gifts they must wonder where they are going to put them all. So, wine, beer, biscuits, chocs, savouries and things to use in the bath or shower.

  16. Emma says:

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    A box of chocolates is always the safe option, as they’ll always be eaten!

  17. Debbie Bird says:

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    I thik a card made by the child is lovely and personal

  18. michael rose says:

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    is always chocolate but I like the idea of candles

  19. janine atkin says:

    a teacher themed tie

  20. ellie spider says:

    I like the cake in a jar mixes you can get – they are cute and suitable for male or female and its something the teacher can do with their family too

  21. Annette Oliver says:

    Something useful like tea towels!

  22. Vicky Limerick says:

    A homemade present

  23. Jo Jones says:

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    A handmade card with a thank you written by the child is always well received.

  24. helen tovell says:

    Candles for the women and beer for the men

  25. Christine Evans says:

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    A plant

  26. angela boucher says:

    It was a box of chocolates again this year.

  27. Natalie Thomason says:

    Would love this

  28. Carly Belsey says:

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    Chocolates, flowers and usually some kind of “favourite teacher” ornament for the best ones 🙂

  29. Ruth Harwood says:

    A card, some flowers and chocs, not very original xx

  30. christine szlobodnik says:

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    I’d just give them a nice card & maybe a gift card just in case they don’t like the item you’re getting them.

    xo

  31. Emma Gibson says:

    A mug of course.

  32. jennifer thorpe says:

    my kids are giving their teacher a handmade card and a scented candle

  33. Sarah Tonner says:

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    A personalised mug or pen. Or chocolates!

  34. Fiona Martin says:

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    I think flowers or chocolate are nice as they will use them and enjoy them.

  35. Alica says:

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    Handmade card and chocolates 🙂

  36. Denielle Nicol says:

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    Some nice choccies

  37. Corinne Peat says:

    My daughter made her teacher a pic where she melted crayons with a hair dryer to create something cool. It was very unique.

  38. Shivon Davis says:

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    Home made gift made from my children 🙂

  39. Karolina Rozwarska says:

    Usually box of chocolates and flowers.

  40. Gemma Massey says:

    Candles or gift wrapped handmade choclates

  41. Ooh definitely the candles! Yankee are my faves!

  42. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    A bottle of wine!

  43. Solange says:

    The Body Shop products

  44. Sarah Parker says:

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    wine 🙂

  45. carole n says:

    chocolates

  46. Kelly cooper says:

    My children make cards and gifts

  47. JULIE WARD says:

    Nothing really, a bar of chocky if anything

  48. joanne casey says:

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    My 2 are in high school now and there is no way they would give a gift to the teacher any more! We used to always give chocolates in primary though

  49. .karen watt says:

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    wine or chocolates

  50. Hannah Ingham says:

    Personalised cupcakes are always a winner!

  51. Laura Nice says:

    Personalised pen or stationary.

  52. Helen A says:

    Definitely Yankee Candles

  53. Rachel Butterworth says:

    Chocolates, a personalised sign or print.

  54. Kirsty Hosty says:

    A nice oil burner with some little Hotties from Bomb Cosmetics

  55. kim neville says:

    Wine, nice chocolates or something personal from my child

  56. Kelly Ellen Hirst says:

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    A personalised scented candle

  57. Nikki Hayes says:

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    Can’t go wrong with a bottle of nice wine :o)

  58. A nice bunch of flowers or something the child has made and put time and effort into.

  59. donna l jones says:

    scented candles

  60. Danielle Cresswell says:

    We had a personal print made for our sons key worker at nursery X

  61. Jackie Kelly says:

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    A relaxing bath set – needed after a day teaching!

  62. Victoria Prince says:

    can’t usually go wrong with chocolates 🙂 or a nice homemade card or something by your child

  63. Christine Caple says:

    Wine for a female, beer or cider for a man

  64. Stacey Leigh says:

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    my son got some chocolates and copied the school photo in his own style 🙂

  65. Samantha says:

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    Wine

  66. Hazel Rea says:

    A book token was a favourite present for us to give teachers.

  67. EJ Dunn says:

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    I’m a teacher (secondary) and very rarely get gifts. I usually get chocolate if I do. Last year, though, one of my year 11 girls got me a tea light holder which she had filled with little decorative stones, a tea light and had wrapped it up in a gorgeous fashion. I prefer things the kids have put thought into.

  68. jo liddement says:

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    chocolates or flowers

  69. Samantha R says:

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    I like giving candles and flowers.

  70. Niki Wardle says:

    I usually give a little gift like chocolates and a card with my child’s favorite things about the teacher written in

  71. Louise says:

    Any thing personalised as it will stand out

  72. Miss Tracy Hanson says:

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    Something that’s personalised for them, or even a book token. Something they will enjoy rather than a generic gift. Although saying that I got my favourite teacher (when I left) a nice pen that wasn’t too expensive.

  73. Sheri Darby says:

    cookbooks usually go down well

  74. Diana says:

    Box of homemade biscuits and flowers 🙂

  75. Jo Hutchinson says:

    Sweet notebooks and pen set.

  76. carol boffey says:

    Book tokens are a good idea

  77. Mary Baldwin says:

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    It’s a book token for us – I’ve seen the boxes of chocolates in the staff room and thought that with a book token they could buy whatever they wanted; ideal for a summer holiday read purchase.

  78. Laura Harrison says:

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    Lovely scented candles xxx

  79. Leanne joy says:

    Stationary or a gift card so they can treat themselves

  80. Lydia Graham says:

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    When the children were at school they used to make something if they wanted to give a gift

  81. Allan Fullarton says:

    Wine

  82. Sarah Lewis says:

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    Usually a bottle of wine and chocolates

  83. David Crabb says:

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    i homeschool so i am the teacher…get to choose my own gift 🙂

  84. Hayley Todd says:

    I like to get teachers things like nice scented candles, a journal, nice stationery set or a gift box from Lush! For male teachers, I tend to stick to the tried and trusted wine or personalised biscuits!

  85. tracey baker says:

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    Candles

  86. Gem Cook says:

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    Flowers

  87. Sheila Reeves says:

    gift vouchers or wine!

  88. Beryl drake says:

    Stationery is always well received

  89. Laura Pritchard says:

    All the mums in our class donated £5-10 and we got a restaurant voucher so all the teachers could go & have a nice meal.

  90. Sylvia Paul says:

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    Thorntons fudge makes an excellent gift

  91. Sylvia Paul says:

    Thorntons fudge makes an excellent gift

  92. Natalie Crossan says:

    champers or beer xx

  93. Mel Turner says:

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    A nice pen they always need pens

  94. Jane Middleton says:

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    a personalised mug

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