John Lewis is leaving the price of school uniforms unchanged again this year in a continuing bid to support families amid the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, Retail Week can reveal.

Exterior of John Lewis Bristol store

John Lewis is keeping its school uniform prices flat for the fourth year in a row

This marks the fourth consecutive year that John Lewis has kept school uniform prices flat since the back-to-school period in 2021.

John Lewis added that even new products launched since 2021 have not seen a price rise.

Some of its current school uniform deals available to customers include a pack of three shirts for £9, a pack of two summer dresses for £14 and two pairs of boys’ trousers for £11.

John Lewis said it is also helping parents prepare through its online school uniform checklist, which is available to all customers, and includes tips and tricks ahead of the new school year.

The department store also offers a free shoe-fitting service and customers can select shopping slots during “less busy fitting times” if required.

John Lewis school uniform buyer Cydney Ball said: “Our customers trust us as the one-stop-shop for all things back to school.

“What’s more, we’ve worked hard to keep our prices flat since 2021, meaning parents can get even better value without compromising on quality that’s made to last.

“With our multipack cotton polo shirts starting at just £2.33 per shirt, our Anyday range remains a particularly economical way to stock up on term-time essentials.”