07 July 2014

Treat Your Teacher With Guylian

The end of the school year is fast approaching so now is the ideal time to show a little appreciation to the special people that educate your children each day; teachers. Guylian have kindly provided boxes of their finest Belgian Sea Horses to giveaway so so you can treat your child's teacher to some chocolate to indulge with over the summer break.




Guylian Belgian Chocolate Sea Shells
This well loved classic is guaranteed to put a smile on any teacher’s face. Made from the finest West
African cocoa beans and filled with melt-in-your-mouth roasted hazelnut praline, each heavenly Guylian Sea Shell is lovingly crafted from a blend of delicious white, milk and dark Belgian chocolate (250g).

Guylian Belgian Chocolate Sea Horses
A fresh take on our signature Sea Shells, these delectable praline filled Sea Horse shaped chocolates are available in small 45g gifting boxes, that children themselves could even purchase.




*** WIN ***

For your chance to win 1 of 3 chocolate bundles from Guylian you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.
Leaving a comment is mandatory but the other entry methods are optional.
The giveaway closes 11.59pm 15th July 2014

Good luck!



Guylian’s Sea Shells and Sea Horses chocolates are available from all major supermarkets and selected independent stores nationwide. You can also purchase them online: http://guylianukshop.mygostore.co.uk/


128 comments :

  1. My Best memory from school was meeting my best friend who still is now

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  2. My favourite memory from school is just having lots of fun with my friends everyday :)

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  3. My best memory from school is raising baby chicks in first grade!

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  4. the teaching assistant in my childs class deserves a treat shes very kind and helpful

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  5. my sons teacher is only young but has done so much for my son

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  6. i loved school so every memory is a good one

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  7. My best memory from school is my teacher telling me if I continued answering my test the way I was I was going to pass ( Melanie M )

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  8. Child's teacher is always supportive of the development of the child, not just their academic work.

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  9. My grandson's first teacher helped him so much woith settling in to school

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  10. my son started school in September so coming to the end of his first year, he was the only child starting the school who hadn't been to the attached pre-school and also suffers separation anxiety but with the help of a specific teacher we have overcome a couple of battles he is doing exceptionally well and advanced in a number of subjects and because he will actually leave my side now ive been able to get a job! i cant thank his teachers enough

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  11. I don't ever remember buying any of my teachers a present when I was at school!

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  12. Best memory from school was the holidays

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  13. My childs teacher is her favourite out of the three in her class. She is always supportive tpwards my chold especially when she had some issies recently. It would be nice tp win this to say thanks to her!

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  14. my sons teacher is awesome!! he deffo deserves a treat

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  15. because she is brilliant at looking after and teaching my child

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  16. My best memory is when the penny dropped and I finally understood long division

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  17. HAVING AN ENGLISH TEACHER WHO INSTILLED A LOVE OF READING

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  18. My favourite school memory was bring let's into school! Don't do that anymore!x

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  19. my best memory from school is walking home with the small glass bottles of milk and small blue straws that were left over from "milk time"...okay im showing my age now

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  20. my best memory is winning a Easter Egg in the Easter bonnet competition, though I did have to share with another girl

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  21. My best memory is being encouraged to read as much as I wanted.

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  22. My best memory from school was the long summer holidays!

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  23. My best memory is catching fire to the fume cupboard in chemistry - by accident but dint half cause a scene

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  24. My best memory from school is the friendships I made.

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  25. my best memory is school dinner, scoops of mash! yummy x

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  26. My best memory is the stuff me & my friends got up to, running rings round the teachers/dinnerladies, things were much simpler back then

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  27. my favourite memory was story time with a very over enthusiastic teacher :)

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  28. Loved school trips especially to France

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  29. my favourite memory from school was the fantastic friends I made. Good friends really do last a lifetime.

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  30. I hated school as i was bullied, but loved going to university. All my lecturers were amazing and so enthusiastic,

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  31. My little boys teachers have made the first year of schooling for my boys life so easy, stress free and fun! My little boy LOVES school and its such a pleasure having wonderful teachers that are so easy to talk too!

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  32. I really did not like school, and I don't think the teachers helped at all. When I eventually went to university it was a totally different experience, and most of the lecturers deserved Guylian Chocolates for their caring, never give up attitudes

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  33. My best memory from school is meeting and making friends with my best friend.

    Rachel Craig

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  34. My best memory was always the last day of term when we could all bring toys into school

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  35. laura jayne bates9 July 2014 at 18:21

    Because of the stress and day to day challenges they have to over come with various different children

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  36. Best memory was the games played in the playing field.

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  37. all the teachers at school do a good job :)

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  38. My Son started school in september, not able to read or write -He is now writing sentences and reading very well, she has brought him a long way this school year

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  39. my best memory from school is winning a history competition

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  40. For helping Samuel get better at maths

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  41. My son will be finishing his first term at nursery and the staff have been amazing with him, 3 ladies in particular have really helped him to settle. It's just a shame they're not open during the summer- he will really miss it :) x

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  42. my daughter finishes Pre School and her key worker/ teacher has been amazing at building her confidence and getting her ready for school

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  43. debbie godbolt10 July 2014 at 02:50

    my best memory from school was in the school play i was a winter tree and my mum spent hours making me an ice maiden dress out of crape

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  44. My sons assistant headteacher, has taught all four of my children...he's the last one, and leaves primary school this year. The eldest is 19. I'm amazed she's still sane xD

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  45. My best memory from school is the wrap party after a school play I was in - we were such luvvies about it!

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  46. The teachers at our children's school are always enthusiastic and hard-working.

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  47. My daughters teacher has really helped her along this year and done so much to help.

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  48. my sons year 6 teacher deserves a treat as he has ben the best one he has had

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  49. Hated my school so best memory was leaving :(

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  50. I'm a teacher and I used to work in special needs education. The best present I ever had was from a girl I had worked with. We had been through the mill together she'd had so many problems at home and had such low self esteem, but things were slowly getting better for her. At Christmas she went to a market and bought me a tiny wreath with her own money. It was the prettiest thing I've ever seen and can't have cost more than a pound, but I love it. Every year I put it up and it reminds me of her and the difference we can make to young people's lives

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  51. My best memory from school is the school dinners loved them

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  52. Being taught how to play marbles by the teacher instead of a maths class!

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  53. Playing in the woods at the back of the school at break and lunch

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  54. Hmmm best memory of school?...

    Leaving! :) Did have a favourite teacher and subject though. Mr Spindly, chemistry.
    (bet he's retired by now)

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  55. my best memory from school is a day trip to St Fagans in Wales we did at primary school

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  56. Doing school plays they were always fun

    Kay panayi

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  57. My best memories are my Maths lessons. I loved them

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  58. My sons 1-1 teacher deserves a medal but Im sure she loves chocolate! :) x

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  59. My son's nursery teacher has been amazing with him and he has progressed so well so she deserves a nice treat

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  60. Best memory was winning 1st prize in a story writing competition when I was 12 and being presented a money voucher and a calculator by a rep from Barclays Bank in the school assembly.

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  61. my daughter loves all her teachers she doesnt want to leave x

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  62. Best memory was leaving as it was then I realised how much I loved school. Happy Days.

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  63. she deserves a treat because of her patience and good teaching methods

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  64. Mrs Sanderson deserves a treat for a lifetime of educating our children.

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  65. My best school memories were the christmas season at school when we made lovely things and had class parties

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  66. Because she has been very ill but still taken a huge interest in the kids education x

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  67. My son's teacher is lovely so she deserves a treat!

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  68. My best memory was getting my exam results!

    trevor linvell

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  69. My daughters teacher deserves a treat, she has been a great inspiration & guidance. Nothing is too much trouble & she really cares.

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  70. My best memory was the last day of school before GCSEs, everyone signing each other's shirts and lots of fun before the hard work.

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  71. As my young son has had his first year at school and absolutely loves it!

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  72. Going on a school history trip to Germany, and having a snowball fight with the history teacher and bus load of students! He used to prank call all of the hotel rooms in the morning too. Such a good teacher - taught well, gave everyone the knowledge and the skills to apply it with, and made it all fun to learn with a silly side. Terrible dress sense though x

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  73. My school memory is break times when we had milk in those little bottles - I wouldn't drink any other milk!

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  74. I didn't like school and as a parent I still feel scared going in. I can remember winning a drawing competition for the school fete programme, I drew the March Hare from Alice drinking a cup of tea!

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  75. I did not enjoy school, but i really loved college, my teachers were great

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  76. my sons English teacher has helped him so much

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  77. My best memory is leaving as I was bullied at school. Now I'm a teaching assistant and I make great memories every day.

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  78. I would choose my kids head teacher because of her my kids went camp last year xx

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  79. My best memory from school was when I scored the winning goal in interform football! I wasn't particularly good, and was nowhere near the school team, but it was my moment anyway! My sporting achievements have been downhill ever since!

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  80. My best memory from school was the day I left!

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  81. Pam Francis Gregory14 July 2014 at 21:04

    Loved Junior school - Hated High school, so lots of lovely memories of Junior school!

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  82. Because teachers really do work hard, and they never really rest in their holidays as they are planning for next term

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  83. My best memory was meeting all of lovely friends that I am still friends with now

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  84. My best memory is playing Veruca Salt in the school play :-)

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  85. My best memory is being in 6th form when things became more relaxed

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  86. My best memory from school is leaving - Sorry

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  87. My best memory of school is leaving - sorry

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  88. My best memory from school was performing in a concert in Primary School.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  89. My childs teacher has brought her on so much he deserves a treat

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  90. blowing into a cows trachea in a Biology class

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  91. growing up with a best friend and still being best friends

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  92. My best memory from school is coming top of the class in a maths test in primary 6 and winning a Mars bar!

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  93. My best memory from school was turning up on a tractor in the middle of winter when it was thick with snow on the ground

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  94. My best memory from school was a beach trip in year 6, it was the perfect way to end my primary school days :)

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  95. My best memory from school was hearing I had passed the 11+

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  96. My best memory from school was taking part in the school choir competition :)

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  97. would of loved school but the bullies made that impossible

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  98. My best memory is winning the 400 metres on school sports day

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  99. Being picked for a lead in the school play.

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  100. my memory is being on the primary school quiz team :)

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  101. my best memory is just laughing and laughing at silly things with my friends

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  102. My lad's teacher deserves a treat after all the extra classes she provided to help him with his computer studies

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  103. my sons teacher for putting up with him for a year

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  104. it was his first year at school and his teacher really helped him to settle in and enjoy school

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  105. My daughter is just finishing her first year at school and has grown so much in confidence thanks to her lovely teacher and teaching assistant, so they really do deserve a big thank you!

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  106. My son has just finished is time in Foundation 1 and they has grown up so much over the year! A big thank you to all his wonderful teachers for helping him become a clever and confident little boy! :)

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  107. My best memory from school was helping plant a little tree in the school grounds, I got my picture in the local paper and was really pleased x

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  108. my grandsons teacher mrs hathaway is amazing, the little ones start school while they are still so small

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  109. Making daisy chains in the summer on the grass

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  110. my sons teacher deserves these as she has managed to encourage my son to enjoy school now, he used to be a complete nightmare! When I say world war 3 in the morning I am not joking but that has all stopped now thankfully

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  111. My best memory from school was the whole class presenting the teacher with a punnet of strawberries and cream at the end of term, a touching gift for a wonderful individual :)

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  112. my daughter's teacher is amazing! She is disabled but the way she manages to control a classful of 8 year old pre-teens is beyond me!

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  113. Mr Castle, my English teacher who helped develop my love for writing

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  114. my son and daughter's teacher is amazing! She always remains calm and interested in every child.

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  115. My best memory from school was writing poems.

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  116. My best memory of school was the day I left .. I hated school and couldn't wait to leave. I'm so glad my kids adore school and have some excellent teachers.

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  117. My sons teacher noticed he was really struggling with his handwriting. So he went out and bought with his own money a special grip pencil and pen to help with his grip and writing it was brilliant of him to do it.

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  118. I remember some naughty stuff behind the bike sheds ;)

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  119. my daughters 1st year teacher she has made her come a long way

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  120. Art teacher liking a piece of my art

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  121. Our daughter goes to a charity funded nursery - need I say more - of course, all the staff are wondrously hard workers

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  122. my sons 1 2 1 at school as she goes the extra mile with him

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  123. My Lovely english teacher at primary school - Natalie Gillham x

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