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Thank you bag that plays music, a unusual teacher gift.
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#1
music payed in danke schon!!!!!!!
#2
Great present if you hate your teacher :)
#3
wierd
1 Like #4
Thank you for giving me some extra days off with your strike actions this year...
3 Likes #5
Whoever came up with the idea of thank you gifts for teachers needs shooting.

I think most showed once and for all where their true priorities lie this year.
2 Likes #6
I personally didn't buy any gifts for my teachers. However I wouldn't say it's a bad idea, looking at some of the comments here people need to pay more attention in school.
6 Likes #7
g8spur
Whoever came up with the idea of thank you gifts for teachers needs shooting.

I think most showed once and for all where their true priorities lie this year.

Yeah. Imagine having the audacity to speak out and attempt to defend ones pay and conditions. .........

Edited By: Doods1875 on Jul 19, 2014 08:49
1 Like #8
g8spur
Whoever came up with the idea of thank you gifts for teachers needs shooting.

I think most showed once and for all where their true priorities lie this year.

well done for sounding like a true d*ck! of course, you'll be the first to complain when your own offspring leave school with just enough qualifications to join you stacking shelves in B&M as their career best. because teachers start leaving the profession in their droves to be replaced by... who?

if you don't know any teachers personally, stick to commenting on what you actually DO know something about: buying discount sugary **** to be found on this site.

better yet, keep politics out of this site unless you either have a better than daily star understanding of the situation or you don't mind things getting a little bit fruity (non gay ref).

now, did someone mention terry's oranges at half price?


Edited By: marineville on Jul 19, 2014 11:51: mispelling
#9
g8spur
Whoever came up with the idea of thank you gifts for teachers needs shooting.

I think most showed once and for all where their true priorities lie this year.

Agree with the teacher gift buying - something else you feel obliged to do just my opinion tho
#10
I think most showed once and for all where their true priorities lie this year

Only one other country in the World use's more unqualified Teachers than Britian
Business already complains that most British Children leaving School are unemployable.....Apparently

So if you want this to continue or get worse... keep knocking the voice that speaks out about fears of further cuts in
Education and the loss of this generation Childrens' future...TEACHERS
Children Today will be paying the price of this Governments and the lasts... failure to control the Bankers :(
#11
marineville
g8spur
Whoever came up with the idea of thank you gifts for teachers needs shooting.

I think most showed once and for all where their true priorities lie this year.

well done for sounding like a true d*ck! of course, you'll be the first to complain when your own offspring leave school with just enough qualifications to join you stacking shelves in B&M as their career best. because teachers start leaving the profession in their droves to be replaced by... who?

if you don't know any teachers personally, stick to commenting on what you actually DO know something about: buying discount sugary **** to be found on this site.

better yet, keep politics out of this site unless you either have a better than daily star understanding of the situation or you don't mind things getting a little bit fruity (non gay ref).

now, did someone mention terry's oranges at half price?


U wot m8?
2 Likes #12
As a teacher who spends so much time outside of my working hours supporting students in the school I work in and as the parent of a child who did not see her Daddy on her birthday as he was running a week long school trip for other peoples children, it upsets me that people have a go at teachers at any possible opportunity.
I agree buying gifts for teachers can be expensive and it is unnecessary but strike action this year has been taken by doctors, civil servants and others all because they are unhappy with their employer.
#13
gp1602
As a teacher who spends so much time outside of my working hours supporting students in the school I work in and as the parent of a child who did not see her Daddy on her birthday as he was running a week long school trip for other peoples children, it upsets me that people have a go at teachers at any possible opportunity.
I agree buying gifts for teachers can be expensive and it is unnecessary but strike action this year has been taken by doctors, civil servants and others all because they are unhappy with their employer.

What annoys me about teachers (please it's nothing personal) is they moan about things presumably under the assumption that they are the only ones who have put up with such things.

Work in any industry and you will see unpaid overtime, unrealistic targets, stress, long hours, people abusing you, no pay rises etc.

Only difference everyone else has to put up with being made redundant, poor pensions, no benefits, crap holiday allowance.

Also defending the strike actions because others have doesn't really fly and my view is as strong about anyone who strikes.
1 Like #14
g8spur
gp1602
As a teacher who spends so much time outside of my working hours supporting students in the school I work in and as the parent of a child who did not see her Daddy on her birthday as he was running a week long school trip for other peoples children, it upsets me that people have a go at teachers at any possible opportunity.
I agree buying gifts for teachers can be expensive and it is unnecessary but strike action this year has been taken by doctors, civil servants and others all because they are unhappy with their employer.

What annoys me about teachers (please it's nothing personal) is they moan about things presumably under the assumption
that they are the only ones who have put up with such things.

Work in any industry and you will see unpaid overtime, unrealistic targets, stress, long hours, people abusing you, no pay rises etc.

Only difference everyone else has to put up with being made redundant, poor pensions, no benefits, crap holiday allowance.

Also defending the strike actions because others have doesn't really fly and my view is as strong about anyone who strikes.

but teaching isn't a job, is it! they stand as surrogate parents for most of the time that your children are awake. so, while everyone else is worried about meeting targets, their job is to mould the next generation to be valuable citizens, have a good moral compass, do right from wrong, stay healthy, AS WELL as get good grades. plus teachers are counsellors, advisors for children too. and also deal with the fall out from any disadvantaged, disruptive or abusive experiences that might (where its applicable) occur at home, too.

if you can't see that teachers aren't just employees with sales targets (although they now have them too) then... duh!

now, where ARE those chocolate oranges...

Edited By: marineville on Jul 19, 2014 15:30
#15
gp1602
As a teacher who spends so much time outside of my working hours supporting students in the school I work in and as the parent of a child who did not see her Daddy on her birthday as he was running a week long school trip for other peoples children, it upsets me that people have a go at teachers at any possible opportunity.
I agree buying gifts for teachers can be expensive and it is unnecessary but strike action this year has been taken by doctors, civil servants and others all because they are unhappy with their employer.

Well said. I'm lucky enough to know quite a few teachers and none do it for end of term gifts. I think if anything is to be given, an honest and sincere thank you from the child would go down as well as anything. If you feel the need to do anything, then a home-made thank you card or note would be appreciated.
#16
I don't think hotuk deals is a place for debate on if you are for or against teachers or teacher presents!! as a mum of a child who has special needs who has 6 teachers all year and i personally think they deserve a present to show my appreciation for what they have taught my son and the patience they have with him, also the children love to give their teacher a present on the last day of school it makes me smile seeing them lined up with their bunches of flowers and gifts and they look so proud. Why on hot uk deals do people feel they have to rant? this site is for posting deals!
#17
marineville
g8spur
gp1602
As a teacher who spends so much time outside of my working hours supporting students in the school I work in and as the parent of a child who did not see her Daddy on her birthday as he was running a week long school trip for other peoples children, it upsets me that people have a go at teachers at any possible opportunity.
I agree buying gifts for teachers can be expensive and it is unnecessary but strike action this year has been taken by doctors, civil servants and others all because they are unhappy with their employer.

What annoys me about teachers (please it's nothing personal) is they moan about things presumably under the assumption
that they are the only ones who have put up with such things.

Work in any industry and you will see unpaid overtime, unrealistic targets, stress, long hours, people abusing you, no pay rises etc.

Only difference everyone else has to put up with being made redundant, poor pensions, no benefits, crap holiday allowance.

Also defending the strike actions because others have doesn't really fly and my view is as strong about anyone who strikes.

but teaching isn't a job, is it! they stand as surrogate parents for most of the time that your children are awake. so, while everyone else is worried about meeting targets, their job is to mould the next generation to be valuable citizens, have a good moral compass, do right from wrong, stay healthy, AS WELL as get good grades. plus teachers are counsellors, advisors for children too. and also deal with the fall out from any disadvantaged, disruptive or abusive experiences that might (where its applicable) occur at home, too.

if you can't see that teachers aren't just employees with sales targets (although they now have them too) then... duh!

now, where ARE those chocolate oranges...

What's your obsession with chocolate oranges?!
#18
[quote=g8spur

What annoys me about teachers (please it's nothing personal) is they moan about things presumably under the assumption that they are the only ones who have put up with such things.

I don't recall saying that teachers are the only ones who put up with such things. It was you being outspoken and rude and I do take it personally.

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