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I hope the sun is shining wherever you are today.

The end of term is just around the corner and my thoughts have turned to how to thank the teachers and staff for all their hard work and support over the last school year.

This month I have compiled a list of the Top Ten Most Wanted Gifts for Teachers and there is also a quick and easy gift guide on my website, if you need to buy a gift or card.

If you want to read more you can read a blog all about the subject; who to give a gift to (not just teachers), what should be gifted and so on, or my blog about what not to gift to teachers.

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Top Ten Most Wanted Gifts for Teachers

A number of surveys of teachers have found that the following are the most wanted gifts:

Gift Vouchers allow the recipient to choose something they would like and maybe buy something they might not otherwise purchase for themselves (see extra tips below).

Homemade sweets and treats are usually welcomed (be cautious of allergies) and gifts made by the student again show true thoughtfulness.

Practical gifts such as journals/notebooks, keyrings, tote bags and bookmarks are well received and can be personalised for that extra special touch.

Desk plants provide a wealth of benefits from improving air quality and boosting wellbeing, just don’t go oversized here, they need to be transportable so the teacher can take it home during the long summer break.

Chocolates are a traditional gift but you can go all out and make your own or buy a luxury box instead as an extra special treat.

Extra Tips:

  • If a teacher is leaving at the end of term consider a bouquet or a larger gift
  • Gift vouchers valued between 10€ and 20€ show appreciation without making the recipient feel uncomfortable
  • Get the kids involved, talk to them about the teachers likes/dislikes, they are a source of valuable information and love to get creative if you want to make a gift.
  • If finances just don’t allow for gifts this year then a simple hand written “thank you” note will be appreciated just as much as a gift and shows genuine thankfulness
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à bientôt,

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