It’s never too early to get organised! Here are some of the best back to school essentials available
Lily & Dan girls trousers, available in 3 colours
From £2.49 www.aldi.co.uk
Aldi’s special buy Offer allows parents to buy the whole uniform for £5. Including 2 x polos, a sweatshirt and skirt or trousers!
From £5 www.aldi.co.uk
Girls skirt with permanent pleats, available in 5 colours
From £9 www.marksandspencer.com
3 Pack boys slim fit easy iron shirt, available in 2 colours
From £9 marksandspencer.com
Grey bow detail skater school pinafore dress
From £6 www.direct.asda.com
Lego lunch box
Unicorn star backpack
From £10 www.paperchase.co.uk
Triple up hardtop pencil case, available in 2 styles
Rachel Ellen Mermaid water bottle
Personalised tools for school pencil case
Unisex waterproof school bag, available in six colours
From £15.99 www.amazon.co.uk
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