Our pick of gifts for school leavers
Picking the perfect present for school leavers can be
tricky, so here's a round-up of our favourite finds...
Creating a leavers' book has never been easier! With free
customisable templates, lesson ideas and a secure online designer,
it's the perfect way to send leavers off with memories.
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Give a furry farewell with a personalised teddy. The T-shirts
can be printed with your school logo and any other information you
A hoodie is a simple way for students to feel part of a
community and remember their school in a stylish and cosy way.
Hoodies can be printed with all students names as well as the
This 80-page A5 wallet has an integral pen and blank stickers
for children to write messages to classmates. It is personalised on
the cover with the school name and the name of each pupil. imperial-marketing.co.uk
These decorative mugs are a treasured keepsake for children to
take home. Available in a variety of colours, in either quality
earthenware or fine bone china.
These slim, hardback autograph books come in a range of styles,
with 44 coloured pages perfect for getting the signatures of
classmates. Add personalisation with your school name, message and
even photograph. Other autograph books available. school-products.co.uk
Mini Oxford dictionaries
From £5.99 each (incl.
Ideal for school bags in a handy mini format, the Oxford Mini
School Dictionary and Thesaurus is the perfect tool for
children aged 10 and over. Packed with thousands of words and
phrases, this makes a fitting gift for pupils moving on to
secondary school. global.oup.com/education
What's the PTA's position?
PTA-purchased leavers' gifts can be the subject of debate. Most
PTAs are set up to 'advance the education of pupils', therefore
some feel that leavers' gifts aren't an appropriate use of PTA
funds, as they only benefit a select group of pupils. But if you
give leavers' gifts every year (of a similar value), then all
children in the school will eventually benefit. Or work out a
joint-payment scheme with the school, where the PTA pays half the
the school pays the other half.
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