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Is this nice or a bit OTT?

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lmac2012 Fri 13-Dec-13 22:54:34

Thanks all smile Will definitely do it!

ToffeeOwnsTheSausage Fri 13-Dec-13 22:27:58

Definitely do it. We have recently changed schools and one lady has really helped make the whole thing much easier than it might have been. I wrote a note in her Christmas card. Also, when DD was really ill some staff at the hospital were incredible and I emailed to say so and pass on my thanks. I think we can be too quick to complain and not nearly keen enough to praise.

Mushaboom Fri 13-Dec-13 22:21:34

I am a teacher and think it's a wonderful idea - I always appreciate thanks from parents, whether that's in person or in a note/card!

drawohamme Fri 13-Dec-13 22:16:26

Def do it - grin

Preciousbane Fri 13-Dec-13 22:09:08

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Upcycled Fri 13-Dec-13 22:07:16

Agree with pancake.

BigfingersInTheBrandyCream Fri 13-Dec-13 22:03:50

do it grin.

Pancakeflipper Fri 13-Dec-13 22:02:10

And if this is part of a school ( or even if not) send an email to the Headteacher. This will go on the teacher's file and be noted ( and go towards the teacher's appraisal etc).

Thanks is not always given whereas complaints are easier to give.

twentyten Fri 13-Dec-13 22:01:37

That is lovely. Go for it!

DrownedGirl Fri 13-Dec-13 21:58:14

I think that's lovely and will be much appreciated. I have done similar myself in the past.

SarcasticMrKnowItAll Fri 13-Dec-13 21:57:29

Sounds like a lovely idea, I'm sure she'd appreciate that smile

lmac2012 Fri 13-Dec-13 21:56:12

My son started preschool in September and has settled wonderfully and really enjoys going every day. This has come as a huge surprise as he had a lot of seperation anxiety issues when younger.

I am in no doubt that him settling do well is down to his teacher making him feel so secure and creating a very warm and happy environment.

I am quite a shy person and not one for chitchat so I have never actually had a full conversation with his teacher. I will say hello but not alot more unless she has something to hand over about my son which isn't often. She is fairly newly qualified and from what I have seen she is great with the children and is very dedicated and hard working.

My son has made her a bauble and card for Xmas. I was also thinking of popping in a card with a note in to say thank you so much for her hardwork and that is is much appreciated. Also mention how grateful I am that she has helped my son settle in so well.

However, is this a bit over kill? Should I just find some confidence and tell her to her face how much I appreciate her. Will she think it's odd how a random parent who has never really spoken to her is now sending her a special note?! Thoughts please. I know it's not the most important issue in the world but I'm just wondering others thoughts.

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