School essentials - supermarket school uniforms With September approaching fast, buying school uniforms is at the top of the list if your child's starting school. Here's what the big supermarkets have on offer... 1 of Ad break AsdaSchool uniform shopping has become so much easier - you can now grab a bargain down at your local supermarket or you can shop online. George at Asda always does great school uniforms and this year is no different. Boys sweatshirt, from £3 Unisex polo shirt, from £2 for 2-pack Girls short sleeve shirt, from £3 for 2-pack Girls tulip skirt from £3 Girls mock shirt tank top, from £6 Girls flippy skirt, from £5 Boys short sleeve shirt, from £3 for 2-pack Unisex V neck jumper, from £5 Boys half elasticated waist trousers, from £3 Sainsbury'sFamily-favourite Sainsbury's has done it again this year with its fabulous, but cheap, back to school range. Find your local Sainsbury's store, as you can't currently buy from the range online. You can, however, check out the deals for both girls school uniform and boys school uniform. Unisex white polo shirt, from £2 for 2-pack Unisex sweatshirt, from £2 Boys trousers, from £4 for 2-pack Girls polo shirt, from £2 for 2-pack Girls cardigan, from £3 Girls skirt, from £2 TescoWith a vast back to school range, including shirts for £1 each, Tesco is an ideal place to bag a bargain school uniform. Boys wool coat, from £22 Boys Fairtrade cotton trousers, from £5 Girls frill mac, from £14 Girls basic cardigan, from £3 Girls pique polo Fairtrade cotton shirt, from £4 for 2-pack Girls flannel zigzag skirt, from £7 MorrisonsLike the other big name supermarkets, at Morrisons there's no need for a school uniform to cost you a fortune. Here, every item of school clothing is £3 or you can buy two for £5. Find your local Morrisons. Girls long sleeved shirt, £3 for 2-pack Girls skirt, £3 Girls polo shirt, £3 for 2-pack Girls trousers, £3 Boys polo shirt, £3 for 2-pack Boys trousers, £3 Boys ankle socks, £3 for 5-pack Boys long sleeved shirt, £3 for 2-pack By Hannah Blake Comments Latest on MadeForMums Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018? Postpartum psychosis – just how many mums suffer from it? How much sugar is in your child's favourite ice lolly? Kimberley Walsh: ‘It killed me teaching my boys to sleep through the night'