They taught us the alphabet,drilled in those times tables and made us pull our socks up year after year. Love them or hate them, some would say teachers have one of the most difficult jobs controlling those little tykes and educating them to grow up to become well behaved young citizens.

Well, the end of the school year is fast approaching and teachers up and down the country will be starting to breathe a sigh of relief as their mammoth-long summer holiday is beckoning. In addition to the lovely reward of a six week break, it is tradition that parents and children present a little something to thank their teachers for their tireless efforts over the year.

Gone are the days where teachers receive an apple as a small appreciative token, a tradition that goes back to centuries ago. Nowadays, pupils arrive laden with thank you cards and goodies galore at the end of term, most typically in the form of the chocolate variety.

Here at GettingPersonal, we have cottoned on to the fact that teachers get given more boxes of chocolates than they can possibly eat, and decided we’d better introduce some well appreciated alternative teacher gifts that are sure to make anyone teacher’s pet! That’s why our Teacher You’re A Star-Hanging Keepsake is the perfect present to give to a well deserved teacher and is sure to be truly treasured for years to come.

This handmade wooden keepsake has a wire handle so the teacher can hang it proudly on their door or in the classroom for all to see.

This beautiful gift measures approx 16 x 11 cm and is available from GettingPersonal.co.uk for only 5.95.

This and many other stunning Gifts for Teachers can be delivered free of charge when 30 or more is spent in one transaction. Items are usually dispatched within 24 hours.

Go on;show your appreciation and make them smile… 

Unique high quality gifts & personalised gifts at affordable prices, delivered quickly and guaranteed with a smile.To explore our range of  gifts for teachers  further, please visit our website at http://www.gettingpersonal.co.uk.

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