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
The annual Schoolwear Association Awards is a platform to celebrate the Schoolwear sector. Businesses are recognized for their hard work and high standards.
We are delighted to announce that we have been titled 'Best Schoolwear Supplier 2018'. Due to our dedicated support of independent retailers, and our forward-thinking approach. This is a fantastic achievement for our thriving business.
The stresses at the start of a new academic year can be just as overwhelming for parents as it is for children. Particularly when your child is transitioning from primary school to high school. This creates a bigger challenge for parents to get their kids back out of ‘binge watching Netflix mode’ to ‘work mode’.
We hope we can help you with these 5 tips for your kids going back or entering High School.
Our mini David Luke-er, Tilly, recently did a presentation in front of her whole school about plastic pollution and David Luke Eco-uniform. She received a Green Blue Peter Badge for her wonderful work. Well done Tilly!Read more
David Luke are on a mission to find the UK's most passionate environmentalists. We've joined forces with 'Kid Against Plastic' and Eco-schools Keep Britain Tidy to launch a nationwide search to find the most influential '16 Under 16' in the fight against plastic pollution and other sustainability-led issues.Read more
We are delighted with this new eco-initiative. The quality of the uniform is excellent – you would never guess the material is made from recycled plastic and the added bonus is that it’s more hard wearing and colourfast than ordinary material.Headteacher, Falconers Hill Infant School