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Am I mad?

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by way2serious, Apr 11, 2011.


  1. A colleague has told me that I must be mad because I buy all my staff Christmas presents, birthday presents and an Easter egg. Am I ??
     

  2. A colleague has told me that I must be mad because I buy all my staff Christmas presents, birthday presents and an Easter egg. Am I ??
     
  3. I think it's lovely that you do that. It shows you appreciate your team.
    I always buy little gifts for my team, just to say thanks.
    Don't listen to your colleagues ...... I'd rather have happy staff!
     
  4. R13

    R13 New commenter

    You're more generous than your colleagues - not mad.

    Personally I have 90 staff so can't afford that - but give my 4 strong office team a Christmas gift


     

  5. Thanks for your replies. I think that I will steal your idea, Dusty, of the Easter bunnies. I just do the boring leaving it in classrooms the night before but I think that would definitely bring a smile to their faces!!
     

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