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TA getting married

Discussion in 'Teaching assistants' started by aj84, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. aj84

    aj84 New commenter

    Hi all,
    My TA is getting married in 4 weeks and I’d like my class to do something really nice for her before her big day.
    Obviously I’ll do the usual - making a card etc, but I’d like some ideas for making her last working day as a ‘Miss’ extra special.

    Thanks!
     
  2. pickles124

    pickles124 Established commenter

    You could get your class to make her a little flower posy out of paper or you could buy a nice flower bouquet for her. What about having a special tea party and the boys and girls cone in fancy dresses and suits like wedding guests
     
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  3. sunshineneeded

    sunshineneeded Star commenter

    Love the tea party idea, pickles! Think that could work really well … kids could make simple sandwiches and decorate cakes.
     
  4. circuskevin

    circuskevin Established commenter

    Hi @aj84 ,

    If every child made her a card she would receive a multitude of observations about her interactions with the pupils.

    Doing workshops in schools I've often received bundles of thank you letters. I've hoarded them away as I am loath to throw them out!

    She may well treasure a pile of cards which she can look back on in future years.

    The tea party idea sounds great.

    Kevin
     
  5. Kateray1

    Kateray1 Occasional commenter

    Ive left a few schools and had all sorts of gifts, some that stick in my mind and have kept are the cards from form tutor groups and a T’shirt with all good wishes from primary class.

    What about little wedding themed crackers with a good will message inside, a joke and a wrapped sweet?
     

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