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DO NURSERY TEACHERS GET A PRESENT FOR BREAKING UP 1/2 TERM?

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MrsBigD Wed 09-Feb-05 14:40:16

Might seem a daft question but I'm not familiar with the school system/ettiquette (sp) in the UK.

DD started nursery a few weeks ago and it's already breaking up for 1/2 term. Do kids give teacher a present for 1/2 term or only for summer/end of year and Christmas?

Any advice/recommendations very welcome

Thank you

jbadgirl Wed 09-Feb-05 14:41:59

My friend works in a nursery school and only really got presents for xmas and the summer (oh and her birthday too)!

MrsBigD Wed 09-Feb-05 14:42:56

phew... one think I can take off my to do list then ;)

AuntyQuated Wed 09-Feb-05 14:43:15

no, christmas and summer only

Hausfrau Wed 09-Feb-05 14:50:20

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Joolstoo Wed 09-Feb-05 15:00:24

if they do - break the habit NOW!

(sod etiquette - bloody ridiculous!)

MrsBigD Wed 09-Feb-05 16:11:43

Joolstoo... like your attitude

Hausfrau... I don't think so. As far as my hazy memories are reliable die Erzieherin only gets something for Christmas, maybe Easter (depending whether you're in a very catholic area ;) ) and end of year (probably to say... thanks for looking for my little one and PLEASE take them back after the hols )

Mum2girls Wed 09-Feb-05 16:13:19

I do Xmas only for nursery.

blueteddy Wed 09-Feb-05 16:32:09

Christmas & summer at our primary school.
When ds was at nursery the same applied.

beachyhead Wed 09-Feb-05 16:32:46

No No No - too much to think of.....

Hausfrau Wed 09-Feb-05 18:53:09

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