Girls at Southfield School in Kettering have to wear logo skirts, trousers, and blazers. The main uniform will cost at least between 80.50 to 89.50 for one of each item. Once you add on a school PE kit for between 60 to 72, parents will spend at least 140.50.

School uniform costs in Corby, Kettering and Wellingborough from most expensive to least

Here are all the schools ranked from most to least expensive compulsory uniform costs

By Phoebe Radford
Wednesday, 19th February 2020, 6:00 am
Updated Wednesday, 19th February 2020, 9:50 am

Uniforms have been getting increasingly more expensive as schools specify branded items, such as blazers, trousers, and skirts, that can only be bought from an official supplier.

We have worked out what it would cost parents to buy one of each compulsory school uniform item that can only be bought from a nominated supplier.

For some schools, this includes items that are 'optional', like a jumper or skirt, but if a pupil wanted to wear the item it has to be from the supplier.

Schools may soon have to change their uniform requirements because a law proposed by Labour MP for Weaver Vale, Mike Amersbury, is being supported by the Government.

He is calling for schools to only be able to specify items of a uniform, and not their style.

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