Making sure your kids are prepared for the start of the school year can be a costly exercise.
From school uniform costs to stocking up on stationery, expenditure can quickly tot up.
We've teamed up with Top Cashback to give you a free £10 spend at George on schoolwear all through August. Strapped for cash families can also make a killer saving on back to school clothing essentials in the Debenhams sale.Prices start from as little as £3 for blouses or shirts and from £8 for two-pack school trousers.There's also 25% off Sainsbury's Tu Clothing schoolwear range - but the hot offer only lasts this week, you can find full details about the sale here.Head to high street favourite Clarks, if you want to stock up on back to school shoe bargains.The retailer is offering £5 off kids' sports shoes when you buy any full priced pair that cost £20 or more.
Simply claim your £5 off by adding the eligible shoe styles you want to your online basket and entering the BSPORT16 code at checkout before 10 September.
Along with buying a new school uniform, no back to school shop is complete without getting your little ones their all important school bag or backpack.
We've rounded up some of the best school bags under £15 in our guide, which includes high street retailers M&S, George at Asda and Debenhams, as well as online stores like Amazon, Tesco Direct and Very.
Getting them ready for another year of school this year should be a pain-free process... There's more than a handful of back-to-school sales happening online and in-store that will save you a bundle while ensuring that the back-to-school shop is a quick and painless process.
From school shoes to stationery, these online stores can kit your kid up ready for another year of schooling.
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