Nursery Staff Presents

Discussion in 'Santa's Grotto' started by Kristine30, Oct 10, 2013.

  1. Kristine30

    Kristine30 Mum & Wifey

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    Hi,

    Does anyone do this? I didn't last year, but I was wondering what the 'norm' is and if I should be buying the girls in LO's room something?

    xx
     
  2. motherofboys

    motherofboys Well-Known Member

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    I don't, I just do cards. But I know plenty do.
    I just think it could get so expensive. There are 6 teachers at the pre-school, plus my older 2 boys have a teacher each and a ta each so thats 10 and some times they have other people working in their class, students, or a second ta. My middle sons class seems to be split so half the week they have one teacher and the rest of it they have a different one.
    Its a nice thought but would soon add up for me LOL
     
  3. Mummy May

    Mummy May Mummy of 2

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    Box of sweets here! Except last year I forgot to take them :rofl: xx
     
  4. emyandpotato

    emyandpotato Well-Known Member

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    I'm gonna get Rory to make them a box of cookies to share and do a thank you card.
     
  5. shelx

    shelx Mummy to 2 gorgeous boys

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    I think theres 6 teachers at LOs playgroup. Im just just getting them a tin of sweets or two between them and a card.x
     
  6. wendzwoo

    wendzwoo Well-Known Member

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    I bought 5 boxes of chocs for £2 each last year . Not sure what to get this time .
     
  7. Soon2bemum

    Soon2bemum Expecting

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    I was thinking of making an iced Xmas cake for them to share x
     
  8. Squidge

    Squidge Mummy & WTT <3

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    I'm just going to buy a tin of chocolates for them all to share x
     
  9. blake12336

    blake12336 Well-Known Member

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    Hi I work in a nursery! Homemade cakes an cookies are a fab idea and are very much appreciated! At our nursery, we get so many tins of chocolates we put them into a raffle/or share them out Christmas Eve so everyone gets some, as some of the staff who work part time for example don't get any presents :)
     
  10. bluebird11

    bluebird11 Well-Known Member

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    I used to work in a nursery, and we used to do exactly the same. I loved xmas eve, when the kids were asleep we would have a chinese lunch and raffle off all the chocolates :haha:

    Last year I made snowman soup in cellophane cones for the nursery girls and a mini bottle of wine each for the managers, but not sure what to do this year.
     
  11. Pingu

    Pingu Mummy to 2 xx

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    I am buying a tub of chocolates for all the staff to share but will buy my DD's keyworker a small gift
     
  12. ILoveShoes

    ILoveShoes Well-Known Member

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    Last year, I got each lady a wooden tree dec (from Sainsburys) and personalised them from my LO. I got them one of those small Lindt chocolates too.
    They all said they really liked them and appreciated the effort.
    xx
     
  13. chezziepie

    chezziepie Mum to one :)

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    im getting personalised cupcakes for sam's room there's 4 of them :) sams far too obsessed with his bits for him to help make anything LOL
     

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