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  • Writer's pictureAdrian Bethune

4 Reasons to Buy a Teachappy Tee

Launched back in 2022 to celebrate the teaching profession, Teachappy Tees have been bought by teachers who are proud of what they do or as a thank you for that favourite teacher, teaching assistant or Early Career Teacher (ECT). In fact, we think they're the best teacher gift around!

We've loved seeing pictures of educators wearing them with pride, but the time has now come to wind down our teacher t-shirt adventure so we're selling our remaining (very limited) stock with a whopping 50% off!

But, an amazing sale is not the only reason you should consider joining the #teachappyteeclub! Here are a few things you need to know about our iconic tees.

1. Look Good!

Our classic, easy-to-wear design and relaxed fit means that teachers, TAs and ECTs can wear their Teachappy Tee with pride!

So whether you're buying for yourself or your favourite teacher, we know they'll be a huge hit!

White & teal 'Teacher' tee modelled by Samuel Hart, primary teacher and podcast host.

2. Do Good!

Our Teachappy Tees are clothing with a mission.

With 100% of profits going to our charity partner Home-Start Watford & Three Rivers, they have contributed to a donation of £8,000 to the charity over the past 3 years.

Navy, yellow and white 'Respect' tee modelled by Tara, primary teacher and co-creator of Teacher Book Club.

3. Feel Good!

There are lots of reasons to feel good in our Teachappy Tees. They are:

  • Made with high-quality organic cotton.

  • Designed, printed and labelled in the UK.

  • Delivered in sustainable packaging to minimise carbon footprint.

Black & white 'Teacher' tee modelled by Sophie Smith-Tong, primary teacher and founder of Mindfulness for Learning.

4. 50% Off!

As if all of that wasn't enough, you can now pick up a tee for yourself or your favourite teacher, TA or ECT for just £10 in our FINAL SALE.

But hurry, we have limited stock and once they're gone, they're gone!

Grey and white 'Teacher' tee modelled by 'Mr P' Lee Parkinson, teacher, author and podcast host.

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