Does your School Uniform provider donate a minimum of 5% back to your School?
Is your uniform provider a member of the School Wear Association – guaranteeing quality, ethical manufacture and the highest standards of co-operation with the school?
Is your School or Academy looking for help in making School Wear a fundraiser at your school?
Trinity School Wear is an independent School Wear supplier, giving a minimum of 5% back to Schools. We only supply ethically sourced garments. We embroider in house to ensure optimum quality and lower prices. We are based in Wigston, Leicester.
- We produce high quality embroidered garments. We can assist you with the design of your image and can work from standard jpg files, business cards or letter heads.
- We can cater for a variety of budgets, but pride ourselves on producing durable, hardwearing garments for schoolwear to ensure the customer receives value for money.
- Trinity also provides a printing service on garments or bags, for when embroidery is not required or you can mix and match the options, for example school leavers hoodies.
- Uniform items we can supply include: sweatshirts, cardigans, blazers, polo shirts, sports and PE kits, bags, custom ties, hats and caps and any other school wear requirements. We can even supply your staff uniforms.
Based in Leicestershire, Trinity was established to provide quality embroidered uniform to schools, to help them raise funds through their PTA’s.
With a background in retail management and business development, Gail Bates found establishing a business a natural course. As a former PTA Chairman, the desire to help schools raise funds was important and other schools and clubs soon took up the opportunity to provide a service that benefitted their parents and organisations. We also now supply local sports clubs with their kit and teamwear, all helping them to raise valuable additional money.
The business was soon expanded to include work wear, providing uniform for both large and small businesses at competitive rates. After initially outsourcing our embroidery to another provider, we purchased our own machine in 2014 to enable us to embroider ourselves from our premises. This gives us better control over bespoke designs and ultimately gives our customers the best service we can offer and helping to reduce lead times.
In 2014, we also became a member of the Schoolwear Association. “The Schoolwear Association promotes the benefits of school specific uniform to schools, students and parents. We believe that a distinctive uniform aids a sense of belonging and is good for security in and out of school. Students who wear school specific uniform are said to behave better, have better attendance and potentially achieve more academically.”