Top 15 gifts for your child’s teacher under £15

Personalised ‘best teacher’ certificate

It’s time for the teacher to get a gold star with this cute personalised certificate., £6.45.

Personalised notebook

A great way to thank a teacher after a long year and remind them how much you appreciate their hard work., £6.99- £11.99 depending on the size of the notebook.

Teacher's pouch

A handy pouch that comes in pink and black, ideal for holding stationery and to remind the recipient how great they are 24/7., £7.99.

A classroom sign

Something to ensure that your child’s teacher can keep (and remember their class) forever! This wooden sign is beautiful and sure to put a smile on any teacher’s face., £14.

A personalised ‘thank you’ mini blackboard

A hand painted plaque that you can personalise as you see fit, perfectly sized to be proudly displayed anywhere., an absolute STEAL at just £5.

Build your own box of chocs

Teachers receive a lot of chocolate at the end of term, but this will stand out from the crowd as you can write your own message in the chocolate., £9.95.

Grow your own coffee plant

Something a little bit different for your child’s teacher to try. This fun present is a steal and sure to come in handy on a Monday morning!, £11.16.

Personalised tote bag

A great sized bag that can be used to carry books to school - might cause envy in the staff room!, £12.

Personalised teacher rubber stamp kit

This stamp kit is a fab way for any teacher to personalise their mark, an excellent addition to any pencil case., £14.

‘Best teacher’ glass paper weight

Looking a lot more expensive than its price tag of £7.50, no doubt this paperweight will be useful for any teacher to keep on top of their paper work., £7.50.


Create a unique present for your child’s teacher this summer by decorating some marshmallows. They’ll look (almost) too good to eat!, £15.

‘To do’ notebook

This quirky 'to-do' notebook could be just what your child’s teacher needs to get organised this summer ahead of the next school year., £8.95

Gold sticky note set

This Kate Spade sticky note set is a tad expensive at £15, but it’s a beautiful addition to any teacher’s desk., £15.

Colouring book

This is quite a cheeky present as the teacher is being made to swap roles with the pupil! It’s a good way for teachers to unwind after a hectic year., £4.95.

A spin on the traditional teacher’s mug

It’s unlikely that your child’s teacher will have a mug like this! Summing up every teacher’s end of year thoughts, this mug is bound to get a few laughs in the staffroom., £13.

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