Marks & Spencer is yet again responding to the needs of special needs parents by launching a range of adapted school-wear for 'Easy dressing.'

The school-wear range is in addition to its range of vests and bodysuits for older children which launched earlier this year.

The range is due to be launched online in August - just in time for the new school year.

M&S has worked with The National Autistic Society to the develop this new line of school uniform which will include - 

Boys & Girls short sleeve shirts with hidden baby soft velcro, fastening down to the fourth button - meaning no tricky buttons when getting dressed and undressed.

Boys & Girls pull up trousers with no zips or buttons which will be available in all ages. They also include additional room for nappies and incontinence pads.

Unisex long sleeve polo shirts with a two piece collar perfect for kids who have to wear a tie but dislike wearing school shirts.

The ‘Easy dressing’ collection has been designed to make it easier for children to dress themselves and feel comfortable all day. The range is guaranteed to be high quality and affordable just what we expect from M&S.

You can register your email address if you would like to know when it is available to buy here.

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