The TES have highlighted six ways to tell whether Christmas is nearly upon us!
Every year, there are certain signs that the Christmas holidays have almost arrived.
Not those signs that go up straight after half term saying “Stock up for Christmas” – they are weeks too early.
Not the Facebook post of a teacher at another school who is sipping a gingerbread latte at 11am on a Tuesday – she has just quit teaching.
No. Teachers only know Christmas really is imminent when they look up to see that there are just three children left in class without the flu – after it took them 10 minutes to break through the curtain of tinsel into their classroom that day.
Other signs include:
Do any of these signs sound familiar? Let us know in the comments below or via Twitter. ~ Meena
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