Thank You Teacher Gift Ideas

It’s hard to believe that the boys are coming to the end of another school year. It doesn’t seem like two minutes ago since they were all dressed in their new uniforms waiting to start the new school year. This year they have all improved so much. As it’s the end of the school year I think it’s always nice to buy their teachers a small gift each to say thank you for everything that they’ve done through the year for my boys. A bottle of wine or a bunch of their favourite flowers would make a lovely token gift but if you’re looking for something a little bit more special then here are a few suggestions.

A keyring for the best teacher ever from Made Loving Made. Engraved with BEST TEACHER EVER on the front and space on the back for you to have a personalised message of your own. Each keyring comes in a glassine gift bag ready for gift giving but you can upgrade to a Made Lovingly Made gift box to make your gift that little bit more special.  Each keyring is made from walnut wood which is ethically sourced and the wood oils used to coat the keyring are environmentally friendly.

A box of continental chocolates from Beech’s Fine Chocolates. Perfect to give on it’s own or in addition to another gift such as flowers or a bottle of wine. The box contains dark, white and milk chocolates, caramels, nuts and fruity fillings.

A gift set from Baylis and Harding. There are lots of different sets and fragrances to choose from. But I think that a gift from the new Garden House Collection would make any teachers day. There are two different fragrances available in this collection – Lavender & Rose Petal and Lemon & Camomile. Gifts in the collection include a scented candle, a luxury travel kit, a hand wash & lotion set and a gardening gloves gift set.

A  limited edition Strawberries & Champagne with Sparkling Popping Candy chocolate bar from Dobbies. A lovely gesture on it’s own or as part of a larger gift.

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