What Christmas gifts do you receive from your pupils at Christmas?

It’s that time of the year again and pupils across the country are beginning to think about the gifts they are going to give to their teachers this Christmas.
We are interested in finding out about the gifts you receive at Christmas time – are your pupils spenders or savers?

In 2015, you told us that chocolates were the most popular gift, accounting for 85% of all presents given to teachers, teaching assistants and cover supervisors… And in 2016, you confirmed that chocolate was still at the top of your wish list. Has that changed? Are your pupils still hitting the nail on the head and treating you well?

We know that you appreciate any gestures or tokens of thanks from your pupils – be them chocolates, flowers, drawings, or even plastic snakes or pebbles, as we had reported last year. You did stress to us how far a “thank you” goes – every bit as appreciated as extravagant gestures.

We’d love for you to spend a couple of minutes of your time completing this year’s gift survey and getting into the Christmas spirit. As a thank you, you will be entered into our prize draw and could win £50 of Amazon Vouchers for your effort. We’ll even make sure you have them in time for the Boxing Day sales!

The survey is open to all teachers, teaching assistants, cover supervisors and supply teachers, so make sure to share it with your colleagues.

The closing date for entry is Sunday 3rd December. Your individual responses will remain completely confidential and we will be sharing our findings later during December via our website and newsletter.

We wish you the best of luck for the prize draw and look forward to seeing your answers. You can complete the 2017 Christmas Survey here.

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