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Secret Santa - I got HT

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Towelonthedoor Sat 25-Nov-17 09:21:05

Ok so this isn't really a big deal but we currently have a young, smart and super efficient interim executive HT. I pulled her out of the hat for secret Santa. She love Ted Baker and all things glam. The budget is £5-£10, what can I get? All suggestions considered; light heart thread!

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noblegiraffe Sat 25-Nov-17 10:28:08

A framed photo of Michael Gove.

TheNoseyProject Sat 25-Nov-17 10:29:48

Yes only three Secretaries of State too late...

Boots do Ted Baker gift sets in that price range.

JoyceDivision Sat 25-Nov-17 10:32:19

Look on sale section, I got dds teacher a wash bag about 14quid free p and p off ted baker site.

They have sale shop in york if near?

emma8t4 Sat 25-Nov-17 10:39:22

Boots normally do ted baker stocking fillers

noblegiraffe Sat 25-Nov-17 10:40:47

Michael Gove is just timeless in education circles. You could get a mug with Justine Greening on, but that just wouldn't have the same impact.

fleurjasmine Sat 25-Nov-17 10:41:21

How awkward! Our local gift shop sells lovely scented candles - would that work?

storkdelivery Sat 25-Nov-17 10:45:29

John Lewis do some nice bath and body stocking fillers for around the £10 mark. Molton Brown or Espa baubles with miniatures in, for example.

Tour Sat 25-Nov-17 10:47:10

Tk maxx is your friend. Candle or similar?

Heratnumber7 Sat 25-Nov-17 10:47:21

A packet of chalk, for when things get really tough and the fancy whiteboards stop working.

curlscatsandkids Sat 25-Nov-17 13:44:44

Don't get anything for work. No mug, pens or notebook. Don't be defined by being a HT. Or you could make everyone laugh and go for something risky!

luckylavender Sat 25-Nov-17 17:45:34

Molton Brown festive baubles are £10 in John Lewis, in a box.

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