It's that time of year again, the kids will soon be going back to school and you will have survived another 6 week holiday until next year. You have the shoes, the school uniform and the gym kit, but have you got the kids their bags and stationery yet? If not we have everything you need to get the kids set for term time.
Plus if you order before midnight on Monday 31 August, you'll get FREE P&P on your orders too.
First up, the bag... the kids can get creative with the Pixel Backpack, look super stylish with the Bakker Satchel or for the kids who are a little older and only a tote will do, we have our classic BALTIC Tote and David Shrigley's Kleptomaia Bag.
The kids will love taking their Robot Lunch Box to school for break time snacks. If they are feeling a little more sophisticated there's the Box Appetit Lunch Box which comes complete with a knife and fork. The box has it's own compartments so they can make their own lunch up come lunchtime. Farewell soggy sarnies.
Next up, the pencil case. It has pride of place on the desk all day, so obviously it has to be as cool as possible. If the kids like matching items, get your hands on the Pixel Pencil Case (which will go with the bag above), they can get arty with the Great Modern Artist Pencil Case or design their own Pencil Case with the Doodlecase which is no ordinary case, as it comes with four fabric pens for doodling - lesson time will never be dull again!
So once the kids have picked their pencil case, they'll need something to put in it. Cast your eyes over this grand selection of stationery including pens, pencil, erasers, sharpeners and much more. All of the stationery below is part of our BALTIC Stationery Bundle for £8.95.
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