Commenting, Welsh Conservative Shadow Education Minister, Laura Anne Jones MS said:
“This story seems to be stuck on repeat in the Welsh press, with no discernible action being taken by the Labour Government in Cardiff Bay. Cost-of-living concerns have exacerbated financial worries, but the problems and solutions remain the same.
“There are already viable alternatives available such as iron or sewn on labels which need to be promoted and available for parents, so parents have choice when it comes to school uniform.
“As I have said previously, the Welsh Government need to stop warm words and multiple consultations that kick the can down the road and deliver help to families, and support schools.”
Former Education Minister, Kirsty Williams suggested scrapping logos back in 2018, to cut costs.