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NOW CLOSED UK MNers: Child in uniform in primary school (up to yr 6/p7)? Complete a quick survey - you could win a £250 Sainsbury's voucher

(31 Posts)
AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 10-Aug-12 12:49:23

Please take a couple of minutes to complete this quick survey for Sainsbury's all about buying school uniform.

It's aimed at folks with a child - who wears school uniform - and who is in primary school. We know not all areas have "primary school" (nothing is simple!) but the survey is open to all with a child at school (who wears uniform) up to and including year 6 in England and Wales, year 7 in Northern Ireland and P7 in Scotland (this includes those who have just left) - ie roughly age 11. If your child is yet to start school then it's not the survey for you.

Add your details at the end and you will be entered into a prize draw where one lucky winner will get a £250 Sainsbury's voucher.

here's the link

(This one has been sent to the panel but please don't do it twice)

thanks, MNHQ

KatieBMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 23-Aug-12 10:27:01

Thanks everyone for taking part, the winner of the prize draw is maclover135 - congratulations!

lilachair Mon 13-Aug-12 15:57:07


StateofConfusion Mon 13-Aug-12 14:55:28

done, ds never lost anything, he did however ruin a pack of 3 shirts/polo shirts per week. hmm

hugoagogo Mon 13-Aug-12 11:42:55


I wish they had given me a chance to talk about shorts, sainsburys girls school shorts are great! and stop dd flashing her knickers. grin

RunningUpThatHill Sun 12-Aug-12 22:26:36

done, I answered the girl questions too even though DD1 starts properly in Sept, but it was about Trousers which she has got for when she starts next month. DS is in primary school now though.

BrokenBananaTantrum Sun 12-Aug-12 20:53:36


Meglet Sun 12-Aug-12 18:08:31


pumpkinsweetie Sun 12-Aug-12 13:48:37


Stepmumm Sun 12-Aug-12 08:48:33


bigpaws Sun 12-Aug-12 06:52:09

Done! Quick and straight forward

TheOneWithTheGoldMedals Sat 11-Aug-12 23:52:28


mumnosGOLDisbest Sat 11-Aug-12 21:43:54

Done. My dcs don't loose things, others just 'find' them and take them home.

sweetkitty Sat 11-Aug-12 21:11:53


BellaVida Sat 11-Aug-12 15:36:28

Done, but I have twins hence 4 kids but only 3 ages!

harrietspy Sat 11-Aug-12 14:55:49


NoComet Sat 11-Aug-12 12:47:46

It's my teen who tries to wreck uniform. To much time spent in the art room with Acrylic Paint!

Done. My DCs don't lose or trash uniform, we usually keep a set going for 3 years. Is that odd?
DD lost a glove in Reception, I just sent her in wearing the other one for a week or two until she found itgrin.

3duracellbunnies Sat 11-Aug-12 07:13:06

Done, but my dc are quite boring looking at the amount of clothes they could have lost or maybe it is due to my crazy stockpiling of secondhand stuff that I haven't noticed wasn't sure if you wanted to include in the 'lost' column stuff which then came back the next day or if you mean lost and never comes back.

EmpressOfTheSevenFlames Sat 11-Aug-12 00:34:30

We'll never forget the Term of the Three Coats... the first 2 of which then turned up on pegs in random other areas of the school in the final week.


MrsShrek3 Fri 10-Aug-12 23:39:49

do you just want it doing once, or one per child? (one uniform trasher, two good ones wink )

HashtagJussayin Fri 10-Aug-12 20:54:44

Done! I have been surprisingly lucky with losing things, not with damaging tho! Ds had a hood on his jacket that just fell off, he wasn't playing super heroes with capes or anything! grin

gottasmile Fri 10-Aug-12 20:48:16


AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 10-Aug-12 20:43:01

greenwichgroove grin I don't think you're alone!

Primrose123 Fri 10-Aug-12 18:50:17


greenwichgroove Fri 10-Aug-12 16:55:58

Done, Im sure this survey was wrote with dd1 in mind..

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