Using recycled plastic bottles to make the Eco-fabric for the blazers is a fantastic way to demonstrate to children how products can go on to become something entirely different through the process of recycling. Students are proud to wear their uniforms.Headteacher, Newport Free Grammar School
To help us celebrate 10 years of our innovative and ‘industry first’ Eco-uniform, we are sponsoring the SA Coffee Lounge at this year’s Schoolwear Show on 13-15 October. As founding members of the Schoolwear Association (SA), we are delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Coffee Lounge; and, in turn, supporting all the great things the SA does for this market. The sponsorship gives us the perfect opportunity to celebrate an important turning point in our 37-year history. Plus, we will endeavour to make this year’s coffee lounge plastic free, further emphasising our eco and sustainability mission.Read more
We’re celebrating one year since we found our extraordinary group of Eco enthusiasts and brought them all together at the Festival of Inspiration to celebrate the first year of 16 Under 16. We wanted to acknowledge this very special milestone with a round-up of highlights from our journey with the 16. We still see so much potential in growing our network of young environmentalists and we hope to continue to work with this special group and plan to continue building the profile of our 16 Under 16 initiative over the next 12 months.Read more
Mental Health Awareness Week takes place 13-19 May 2019. The theme this year is Body Image - how we think & feel about our bodies.
We’ve listed a 5 step guide, which we feel could lead to a happier you.
16 Under 16’ is a group of extraordinary young people that David Luke Schoolwear has brought together to form a collective voice to champion our passion for eco-uniform. It is our platform for the next generation to share their stories and inspire others to engage in issues that are important to them.Read more
It doesn't feel rough, like you might have thought something made out of plastic would.Pupil, aged 9