Show the teachers just how much you appreciate all of their hard work this year, with a perfectly personalised gift! I love doing something a little different, making an extra effort and this year we did for our favourite teacher. There are some fabulous products out there that you can add a little touch too – or make your own things which is always a cute idea too. 

Personalised notebook

Give them something to write home about with a personalised notebook from Urban Cottage Industries. We ordered a special notebook for Mrs T, this is Noah’s teacher who will be Isla’s teacher next year and she is just amazing. We all love her. So we thought this is a great idea for any teacher – their very own, special notebook. This pink notebook is £19.20 including the personalisation. 


Personalised chocolates

This is a great idea if the teachers have a sweet tooth. Thanks to The Grown Up Chocolate Company’s online ‘Make Your Own’ service you can make them their very own branded chocolates. Choose their favourite flavours to make up their dream chocolate bar and upload a photo and message to create a personalised wrapper – which will then be handmade at their Harlow HQ using the finest quality chocolate for the ultimate indulgent treat. It’s £25 for a box of three 100g bars – that should keep them going all Summer. 

Personalised keepsake box

I love the idea of this Teacher’s tea break box set, it’s a stylish box to keep belongings in and comes with some yummy Pukka teabags. Great idea – as I am pretty sure teachers all need a break, especially at the end of July. The wonderful wooden box can be personalised on the lid with the teachers name of up to 15 characters that appears before the wording tea break, in blue font upon a blue striped design, ideal for male teachers!

Personalised Wooden Spoon keepsake

I love this idea: a personalised “teachers change the world” spoon. What a fabulous idea for a teacher to keep and remember their favourite children! There is a personalised message engraved along the handle of the spoon, it’s such a lovely idea. For £5.95, it’s a really good option especially if you have many teachers to buy for. Our children have 2 teachers each, so thats 4 teachers before I get on to the teaching assistants! 

Do you have any fabulous ideas to give your teacher this July? Or even for Christmas! I would love to hear your ideas in the comments below or on Social media: @mummyconstant.