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Last reviewed on 14 December 2021
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Use our template letter to communicate changes to your uniform policy so parents understand how you're securing best value for money and know when the changes will come into force.

Download and adapt our template letter 

Use our template letter to outline changes to your policy, in light of the the new statutory guidance on the cost of school uniform, which requires you to make sure your school uniform costs are reasonable and secure best value for money for parents and carers. 

KeyDoc: school uniform policy change letter


However, we recognise there's a variety of possible reasons for changing your school uniform, so we've aimed to cover a wider range of circumstances in the examples below. 

Primary schools 

Waverton Community Primary School in Cheshire West and Chester implemented changes to the colour of its polo shirts, in response to feedback from the school community. 

Coleham Primary School in Shropshire sent a letter to parents to tell them about a change to the logo on

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