Found Aldi uniform to be really good. My son left the trousers still intact after 6 months we even handed them down to his friends who are of a shorter than him. Will stock up a few more pairs to last us until next event. Wish they did shorts too. Thanks OP
Will the lefties still claim some people are too poor to buy school uniform at these prices?
I kitted my son out in marks and spencer school clothes for primary one. He came home covered in paint, glue, muck, yoghurt and bogeys. Now he wears Aldi uniform. thanks op
This is amazing for people on a tighter budget. School uniform is so expensive, stupidly i didnt realise you could buy school colours and went through the official uniform supplier for my area who charged me £50 for 2 jumpers and 2 cardigans (all of which got ruined in the first week by the 5 YO). The school also don't allow branded PE and book bags so had to spend another £5 on a flimsy drawstring bag and £5 on the bookbag from them too! Also got the polo shirts from John Lewis and within the first few washes they became mishapen and the fabric became rough. Wouldnt recommend them,not always a case of you get what you pay for as some have said. However M&S skirts and pinafores have lasted the year - just need to find somewhere that sells decent tights now!!! May give this one a go this time around as foe the younger kids, it all comes back trashed with paint stains or grass / mud marks anyway!
At this price there is. No excuse for kids not to be in uniform!!