Do people get nursery teachers xmas presents??

(7 Posts)
Lovingit81 Thu 06-Dec-18 18:48:57

Just that really.

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poppingalf Thu 06-Dec-18 18:50:14


OhioOhioOhio Thu 06-Dec-18 18:52:22

Yes. I spend £1 a head. Or i used to. This year im buying a tiny hamper type tea/coffee/hot choc/baking type thing. Im a teacher and know that come the new term and everyone is skint they will appreciate it. A kind note in a card is always best.

Nicpem1982 Thu 06-Dec-18 19:09:53


Weve taken a hamper in full of biscuits, choclates and various hot drinks for the staff room to share

For main keyworkers weve bought alcohol or chocolates depending on if they drink or not

RedPandaMama Thu 06-Dec-18 19:11:07

I was planning to, despite having a very tight budget this Christmas our nursery is fantastic and the staff deserve a treat probably more than anyone else I'm buying for.

Lovingit81 Thu 06-Dec-18 19:52:59

Great thank you! I was going to but then suddenly thought it might be weird. Thanks.

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roses2 Sun 09-Dec-18 13:48:02

Marks and Spencer have half price beauty gifts at the moment. I normally buy a token gift from M&S up to £5 per teacher (DS has 4 teachers). Hand cream, bubble bath etc.

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