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WHAT'S ON OUR PLATE
WHAT'S ON OUR PLATE

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Asda Back to School Range

Buying back to school items isn't cheap especially when you have more than one child to buy for, and it is very stressful especially when you are trying to get the correct coloured uniform or sizes to fit your child. Luckily for me and many other parents Asda have very affordable good quality uniform and lots of other back to school items in stock, also luckily for me I have 3 stores within driving distance.

You can purchase everything you need school uniform wise from Asda. Prices start from £2.50 and you can kit out your child for less than £40. This will buy you trousers, shirts, trainers, shoes, plimsolls, shorts, pe tshirts, jumpers and a tracksuit. Below Callum is wearing a red polo shirt aged 8 - 9 years. You can buy shirts in a variety of colours suitable for both boys and girls and from ages 3 - 16. They are priced from £2.50. Nathan is wearing a polo shirt and grey trousers aged 6 - 7 years. As you can see the shirt fits him well but the trousers are a little on the long side but he isn't 6 until November. However I wouldn't buy him any smaller as they wouldn't fit him for very long. I love that the trousers have an adjustable waist as I always struggle to find trousers that fit my boys in the waists. Trousers can be bought for both boys and girls in both black or grey and prices start from a very affordable £3.00 and are available for ages 3 - 14.


Asda also have a wide range of lunch boxes to suit children of all ages. We were sent this one and it is ideal for older children. Callum is now 8 and at the age where he wants to be a bit more grown up, he can finally have a pencil case in his class room (he is very excited about this) but doesn't want a character lunch box. 


The lunch box is priced at  £4. It has multiple compartments so you can keep foods such as sandwiches separate from fruit. There is also a  water bottle included which has its own compartment too.



You can also buy all your child's stationary needs to from Asda. It certainly makes the back to school shop easier when you can get everything you need all under one roof. Anything that takes away some if not all of the stress is a winner in my eyes. I am just pleased we only have to go through this process once a year.



*We were sent the above products for the purpose of this review - all thoughts and opinions are my own*