Thursday, 1 November 2007

Perry Uniform Brand launched

Today sees the merger of two established brands in the school uniform sector: Perry Clothes a uniform manufacturer established in 1946 and The Childrens Warehouse, a home shopping and delivery specialist in the school uniform sector, are brought together under the new brand Perry Uniform to be a significant force in the supply of school uniforms in the Independent School sector.

Friday, 26 October 2007

"Blazers are becoming increasingly popular with school children"

Reported in the Times that changes in trends are bringing us back to the familiarity of the school blazer but now with our systems of designs are able to come up with an exciting range of styles to fit our modern expectations for clothing combining fashion with school standards and durability.

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“A blazer can create a very strong brand image for the school.” Bernard Bunting

Sunday, 1 July 2007

i-size launched in time for back to school

I-size is the proprietary Uniform Schoolwear internet based intelligent sizing system enabling parents to maintain child measurement profiles for uniform sizing in a secure web based environment. Ordering school uniform cannot be easier using our quick ordering system in conjunction with our simple to use uniform listing. Lyn Rose, Schools Liaison Officer at Uniform Schoolwear, commenting on the launch said "This again demonstrates our long term vision for school uniform and comes on the back of four years detailed apparaisal of returns and innovative software development."

Wednesday, 4 April 2007

Uniform Schoolwear Ltd acquire assets of Perry Clothes

Perry Clothes, a UK based manufacturer of school uniforms established for more than 60 years and with a factory in Leeds, has been acquired by Uniform Schoolwear Ltd. Bernard Bunting, Managing Director of Uniform Schoolwear comments: "Perry Clothes has a strong reputation in the independent school uniform sector. We are pleased to have secured the jobs of 15 skilled staff which means we can now offer a fully integrated school uniform service - from cutting room to classroom."

Tuesday, 6 March 2007

Uniform Schoolwear among first to sign up to code of best practice

Perry Uniform was among the first independent retailers to sign up to the new National (School) Governors Association code of best practice in the supply of school uniforms.

Following publication by the Department for Education and Skills of new guidelines to governors regarding school uniform the NGA has published a Code of Best Practice which it urges school uniform retailers to sign up to. This code covers stock availability, choice, competitive tender and service level agreements. Commenting Caroline Bunting, MD, said "We are fully behind the NGA code. From the outset of our School Uniform service we set our own code of conduct and it is satisfying to see the industry recognise the importance of transparency and service.