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How You Could Win Your Child’s School Uniform for 2020

How You Could Win Your Child’s School Uniform for 2020

 

Just when you think the expensive month of December is behind you, along comes January with its long summer holiday and back to school expenses, and gives your family budget another hammering. It’s little wonder that this time of year can be financially challenging and stressful for many parents, as they try to stretch their hard-earned dollars far enough to cover purchasing everything on the book-list, school fees and a fresh uniform and footwear for the year ahead. Fortunately, for some Australian families, Made for School is taking the pressure off parents by giving them the opportunity to win their order. The great thing is that there is no minimum or maximum spend required. Every single order is entered into the weekly draw.

Why We Love Made for School

Convenience: If you are anything like us, after the chaos of Christmas shopping last month, you’d prefer to skip queues altogether for the foreseeable future. Made for School allows you to do all of your back to school uniform shopping online and have it delivered to your door. The website is easy to navigate, and the product pages feature clear images and product descriptions, so you know exactly what you are ordering. The site also features a handy size chart to aid in choosing the right size for your child. However, if you are unsure of anything, we highly recommend you speak with their fantastic customer support team, by calling them on 1300 880 957.

The longest running and bestselling Higgins polo shirt is available in 25 colours.

Tip: You won’t get any confusing size variations at Made for School. You just need to know your child’s body measurements, and they’ve accounted for a comfortable fit in all of their sizes – taking out the guess work for you.

So, for example, if your child has a 68cm chest, they are a size 8 right across their range.

Reliable: If you have ever ordered an item online, only to receive it weeks later because it wasn’t ‘in stock,’ you will know how utterly frustrating and inconvenient it can be. This is another reason why we love Made for School. They will never process your payment until they know they can ship your order to you, and if the order is received before 1pm it will be dispatched the same day.

Made from a lightweight, water repellent soft finish microfibre, the Sheppard reversible hat provides year-round protection from sun and rain alike. The Sheppard continues its creative streak with an adjustable crown cord ensuring a comfort fit that sculpts to its user, perfect for growing minds.

Excellent quality and affordability: When it comes to quality of the garments, Made for School offers exceptional quality without the hefty price tag.

The Ross Microfibre shorts offer a fantastic soft feel with an internal draw cord and elastic waist for a comfortable fit all day long. They also feature two side pockets and a zip security pocket.

Practical and comfortable: Designed with real Aussie kids in mind, and the functions and practicalities that a school uniform should provide, Made for School offer garments that can withstand the day-to-day activities of active kids, without sacrificing comfort.

The Harwood Skort offers ample storage, with extra security, through the help of 2 side zip pockets. A uniform revolution, with an adjustable button front and contemporary shorts, the Harwood is a friend to all shapes and sizes.

How to Be in the Running to Win Your Child’s School Uniform

Entry into the Made for School giveaway couldn’t be simpler. All you need to do is order your child’s school uniform online at Made for School as you usually would. There is no minimum or maximum spend required and every order is entered into the weekly draw.

Each week one winner will be randomly picked out and contacted via phone or email each Monday.

With the countdown on until the new school year begins, order your kids’ school uniforms ASAP and be in the running to win your order free of charge.*

*Promotion ends at midnight 9th February 2020, with the final winner being announced on 10th February 2020.

Good luck!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jolene

Jolene

Jolene enjoys writing, sharing and connecting with other like-minded women online – it also gives her the perfect excuse to ignore Mount-Washmore until it threatens to bury her family in an avalanche of Skylander T-shirts and Frozen Pyjama pants. (No one ever knows where the matching top is!) Likes: Reading, cooking, sketching, dancing (preferably with a Sav Blanc in one hand), social media, and sitting down on a toilet seat that one of her children hasn’t dripped, splashed or sprayed on. Dislikes: Writing pretentious crap about herself in online bio’s and refereeing arguments amongst her offspring.

One comment

  1. The school our children go to the school uniform policy is monograms on all uniform items including socks.
    Many parents have already ordered and paid for their child / childrens’ uniforms as the start school immediately after Australia Day weekend. I would be great to win larger size uniforms to wear later in the year. They frequently grow uniforms and also ordinary and sports shoes. Our zoned public school has a very bad reputation for disruptive behaviour in class making it difficult for pupils who are keen to learn and low Naplan rating.

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