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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

Mental Health Awareness Week

Our Commitment

As part of David Luke’s ongoing commitment to supporting Mental Health in the work place, we are pleased to announce that we now have an appointed Adult Mental Health First Aid. They will offer support to staff and be able to guide people towards appropriate professional help.

The Mental Health First Aider role includes:

  • Being able to recognise the early stages & symptoms of common workplace mental health illnesses
  • Having necessary skills to have a supportive, non-judgemental conversation with those who need it
  • Possessing the knowledge & confidence to guide colleagues to the appropriate professional support if they require it.

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.

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The quality of the uniform is fantastic, my 3 year old son wears the trousers, he is very active, always climbing, falling over and getting himself filthy, the trousers are still as good as new. They wash brilliantly even on a 15 degree wash.

Leighanne, Mum of three

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