The City of Wolverhampton Council is encouraging families to join in and celebrate National Thank a Teacher Day tomorrow (Wednesday 20 May, 2020).
The annual event allows parents and pupils to say a big thank you to their school and its staff.
And the council is extending its thanks to nurseries and other childcare settings so more families can get involved.
Families with children in Wolverhampton can say thank you by creating picture and video messages from their child
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