I think the idea that it is made from recycled polyester is good and the fact that we're putting recycling to another use is fantastic.Alice, High School Pupil
David Luke is an official partner of Eco Schools England who have over 17,000 schools now registered with their programmes.
If you are not yet an Eco school and are interested in knowing more about it and how you can become one, visit eco-schools.org.uk
For those who are already an Eco school, we hope you’re progressing well through the awards and continuing to engage your school community in all the different topic areas.
Schools are now recognising that our Eco-uniform is a more tangible way of teaching pupils about waste recycling and encouraging social responsibility.
“Keep Britain Tidy is excited to be working in partnership with David Luke and their eco-uniform range, which uses less energy to produce than a standard blazer and is helping to reduce landfill of waste plastic drinking bottles. Via our Eco-Schools programme, we’re looking forward to highlighting this practical demonstration of the link between improving the environment and the impact on education.”
Phil Barton, Chief Executive, Keep Britain Tidy.
All three of my children wear the sports shorts for PE at school, and they wash brilliantly, all the uniforms still look as good as new. I would definitely recommend to friends.Leighanne, Mum of three