The Best Christmas Gifts for Teachers, Child Minders & Nursery Keyworkers

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If your wee one is at school or nursery, you may be thinking of buying their teacher, Child Minder or keyworker a lovely gift for Christmas to thank them for all their hard work & dedication.

The biggest question that parents often ask themselves is ‘what on earth do we get for our child’s teacher/key worker?’. Good question! You need to consider the following;

  • What are their hobbies? Your child may have some useful knowledge.
  • Remember they’ll be getting gifts off potentially the whole class – they won’t want their house filled with tat, so it should be something nice and useful too.
  • What is your budget? Teachers may feel uncomfortable accepting anything too extravagant, and depending on school policy may not be allowed to. Set a budget, you don’t need to go overboard.

Here are our favourite gifting ideas for teachers & keyworkers; I hope this helps you!


Diaries/Organisers

As someone who has teaching experience, I can tell you for certain that diaries and organisers are a much welcomed gift!

Personalised Office Planner – this planner includes a space for a personalised development plan, meeting preparation, and other important meetings. You can find it here*.

Medium Rainbow Vinyl 2019 Diary – this beautiful diary would be fab for teachers and keyworkers in 2019! You can find it here*.

So Much To Do Planner – I love this planner as the quote is soooo apt. You can see it here*.


Stationery

Teachers can never have too much stationery. Why not help them to replenish their stash with these gorgeous bits…

Kaweco Skyline Pink Fountain Pen – your teacher or keyworker will be the talk of the class with this hot pink fountain pen! You can see it here*. You can full the full Paperchase range of fountain pens here, if your wee one has a male teacher or keyworker!

Kawaii Cloud Eraser With Mini Raindrop Erasers – how adorable is this?! The mini raindrop erasers would be perfect for sharing with pupils in need of a rubber. You can find it here*.

Unicorn Sticky Notes Desk Pad – no organised teacher would be without their sticky notes! We love this unicorn set, and your teacher will too. You can find it here*.


Pampering

After a long day at school/nursery, a pampering gift would make such a difference. We love these pampering sets; Boots really has something for everyone!

Ted Baker Opulent Suite Set – this relaxing set includes shimmering lotions, body washes, and a lovely eye mask to help your teacher or keyworker enjoy a contented nights sleep. You can see this here*.

Yankee Candle Signature Reed Diffuser in Lemon Lavender – if you’re not sure what to buy, you can’t go wrong with a lovely reed diffuser. Yankee Candle always goes down a treat – you can see this here*.

Ted Baker Sporty & Fresh Collection – help your male teacher or keyworker feel energised and revived after a busy day with this refreshing set – you can find it here*.


Mugs

Help your teacher/keyworker be the coolest educator in the staff room with one of these snazzy mugs;

Personalised Thank You Mug – personalised gifts are a lovely heartfelt gift idea, and your teacher would love this gesture of love and gratitude! You can see it here*.

Personalised Heart Mug – this chic personalised mug is another fab option; you can find it here*.

Quote Mug – awwww, this quote is SO true, and so heartwarming. You can find it here*.


Booze

If your teacher/keyworker likes a cheeky tipple (likely a heck yes), these sets could help them enjoy their evenings (whilst marking 1000000001 books…);

Espresso Martini Set – this yummy set is perfect for cocktail lovers to enjoy when they unwind. You can see this here*.

Prosecco & Chocolate Set – prosecco and chocolate are just classic, you can’t go wrong with either! You can see this here*.

Gin Lovers Set – gin has hit an all time peak in popularity, so it’s always a nice gifting option. You can see this here*.


What have you got for your child’s teacher/keyworker this Christmas? Tell us in the comments!

Love from Katie. Xx

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