The term "teach" comes from the Middle English word "techne," which means "to demonstrate or instruct." A teacher is a person that has played an important role in everyone's life. He or she shows their students the right path and educates them in the areas of wisdom, virtue, competence, and so on. Here we have provided both long and short thank you speech for teachers for the students of Classes 1 to 12.
Greetings everyone! I am ABC and today I have the pleasure of hosting this programme and delivering the thank you speech for teachers who have made us what we are today. This is a very emotional time for all of us because, on one hand, we are moving towards a new life. On the other hand, we are leaving our favourite place, our school, where we spent the most formative years of our lives.
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of our teachers for preparing us to compete in the global marketplace. Our teachers are a symbol of our strength and will always be a wonderful source of support for us all. They are tough in the form of fathers and loving in the form of mothers, caring for us as if we were friends, strict disciplinarians but always looking out for us. Our teachers are great individuals who have shaped us after our parents and made us wise to deal with the world. We've accepted everything and worked hard to overcome our flaws as a team.
I recall being a timid and introverted student when I first enrolled in this class. I've struggled with public speaking, and today I'm giving a gratitude speech for teachers who helped me overcome my shyness. This is due to the effort and care they showered on me. They didn't leave any stone unturned in their efforts to alter my personality and attitude.
I don't think I need to say that they've done a pretty good job of preparing me for the outside world. The teacher resembles a mentor and serves as an excellent role model for students. Every word spoken by the teacher is embraced by the students. Teachers are excellent and selfless people who accept each student without prejudice.
In comparison to other students, I found it more difficult to complete my projects and assignments. You took extra time to prepare me for the real world' and paid close attention to me. I recall a time in class 11 when I had given up all hope. You all encouraged me in your own unique way and shared stories of great people who rose to fame after adversity.
You instilled in me the importance of working hard and not compromising on small matters. All of these things I've learned from you. I am confident that all of my friends would like to express their gratitude to our dear teachers, as we are always grateful to all of you.
On behalf of myself and my classmates, I would like to express my gratitude to all of the Teachers who helped us in our journey.
When I first met you, I despised you. You made me stand up straight, which I despised. I despised the way you forced me to wear my uniform correctly. I despised the way you forced me to speak properly. Most of all, I despised the way you insisted on only accepting my work if it was the best I could do. And the best always seemed to necessitate more effort than I was willing to expend.
At first, we had a lot of disagreements. I recall being kept in a lot during lunch. And, despite my screaming and threats – and even a few tears – I recall you never lose your cool. You've always been very patient with me. You were always willing to listen to me whenever I needed to be heard.
I consider that period to be pivotal in my growth into the person I am today. You instilled discipline in me. You instilled in me the value of respect. You taught me much more than English, which was what you were supposed to be teaching me. You taught me that I was capable of much more than I or others believed. Instead of being a clown, I could be a success.
A motivator. An inspiration. An Enthusiast. These three qualities are just a few of the many you show every day with all of your students, including me.
Too often, we rush through the ‘ropes of life,' oblivious to the importance of taking the time to express our gratitude and genuine appreciation for the support you so generously provide for our development as not only students but also as global citizens.
Thank you for your honesty. Thank you for seeing me as a learning and sharing partner. Thank you for allowing yourself to be who you are. Thank you for being one of the few outstanding educators in the world. May you be an inspiration to others to achieve greatness as you have.
We have curated 10 lines for students of Classes 1 to 3 which will help them in writing a gratitude speech for teachers.
Thank you to all of the teachers who are present at this school.
Because of your love, care, advice, and support, all of us students will become so capable.
For us, all of our professors have been a source of inspiration.
As I've gotten older, I've realised that teachers play a critical role in the lives of children.
They aid in the development of our interpersonal skills, communication skills, writing skills, overall gestures, and presentation skills.
For any school or educational centre to exist, teachers must be present.
The great teachers who have been a part of this journey have given me the courage and self-confidence that I have today.
My professors have led and supported me as if they were my parents and friends, and as a result, they hold a special place in my heart today.
I believe I have learned a lot from first grade to the last session of 12th grade.
Thank you to all of my professors for helping me become a better citizen. Thank you all for attending this meeting.
Teachers have a significant influence on our lives. They influence our lives by passing on their wisdom, and they never fail to inspire us to dream, fight, and never give up. They work tirelessly every day to ensure our success. It's critical to recognise and honour the teachers who have devoted their lives to the advancement of the country.