Almost anywhere in Dubai, as long as the incoming school year is close parents need to find enough funds from their bank accounts or credit cards in order to pay school fees and so many more fees related to school. One of the biggest cost that they’ll have to face are the uniforms. The expense that the parents in Dubai or Abu Dhabi will incur depends on which school their children are attending; for an estimate, parents spend about Dh400 to Dh1,000 each year on uniforms alone.
Many people have wrong impressions when it comes to any product that’s custom made; it kind of come off as overindulgent or plain wasteful or impractical. If only people would realise that having custom made uniforms can be better, especially when they find an affordable manufacturer with superb skills and craftsmanship; it’s better to have a great looking comfortable custom uniform which only costs a bit more then the cheaper ones that you’ll hate every time you wear them. There’s nothing wrong with opting for customised uniforms, the only real customisation going on is with regards to the size and measurements, it will still be the school uniform.
Majority of the schools outsource the uniform services with manufacturers that provide complete uniforms with logos that only vary in size. There was a school, which as few years ago, made major changes in their uniform packages which demanded Dh1,000 from the upset parents; the said school package contain shoes and a bag, which parents thought were not needed. Since a lot of the parents were upset, the school management released a statement that said the price was right for the kind of quality and service that they’re bound to receive. Inevitably, the upset parents protested so the school was forced to offer a better and much more affordable deal for the package.
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For those of you who don’t know, schools that sell their uniforms within the campus have to acquire approval from Dubai’s Knowledge and Human Development and Abu Dhabi Education Council or ADEC in order to properly justify the reason for raised prices. On the other hand, if the uniforms or school packages are outsourced then the said authorities have no say in the decisions of a price, in these cases the parents don’t really have any other choice but to pay.
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For students within the capital, ADEC presented a standardised type of clothing applicable only to them. Thanks to all the updating of officials on relevant websites, parents are able to view all the designs and details before they have the uniform tailored for their children. The logos on all the uniforms were chosen by numerous principals after consultation.