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School Shoe Tips

Flocco’s “You’ve got the FEET, we’ve got the Shoes!”

School shoes are one of those back to school items that can’t be ignored. From the classroom to the playground, school shoes should keep active, growing feet comfortable and well-supported. Buy the right school shoe!

Children spend up to 30 hours a week in their school shoes, which is more than 15,000 hours during their school life. And when you consider that in the first 11 years of a child’s life their feet grow 17 full shoe sizes (and continue to grow until they’re 18 years old), you’ll realise how critical it is for children to wear school shoes specifically designed to support the needs of their growing feet.

Correctly fitted school shoes not only offer improved comfort but will support your child’s feet during their critical growth phase. The ideal school shoe have to fit, offer support and be durable enough to make it through the school year.

Correctly fitted school shoes can help promote correct bone and muscle development and prevent life-long foot and leg problems. One quarter of all bones are in the feet and when these bones are out of place, the rest of the body possibly is too. When walking, each time your heel lifts off the ground it forces the toes to carry one half of your body weight. Shoes that fit well are vital to support all these movements. ..

Try on Both Shoes
Most people have one foot that’s longer or wider, including children.
Don’t buy your child’s shoes too large thinking they’ll grow into them. Overly large shoes can allow your child’s foot to roll over in the shoe during play, causing injury. A helpful tool can be the tongue pad which can help snug up the heel and might be able to give a little extra toe room.
The widest part of the foot should correspond with the widest part of the shoe.
There should be a space the about a 1/4 of inch, between the end of the shoe and the tip of the longest toe on the longer foot. Your child should be able to wriggle their toes freely. The heel should be snug, but comfortable.
Making the most of old Shoes
Just like adults, children each have different walking styles. Take a look at their old shoes and you may see a tell-tale pattern of where they wear out first. To compensate for the added pressure on different parts of their shoes, manufacturers have developed a variety of shoes to suit different foot types. Matching the shoe with the individual foot means added comfort, shoes that last longer and less chance of injury. So take the worn out school shoes along to any new-shoe-buying purchase, and if you ask trained staff in store to help you, they can choose a shoe that may avoid wearing out as quickly.
Old shoes and the wear patterns can help you learn whether your child has flat feet or rolls inwards excessively (overpronate), which causes strain on ankles, legs and hip joints. Some children have high arches or their feet may not roll enough (supinate), which can send a severe shock up through their legs.
Lace up shoes
Velcro fastenings or mary-jane style shoes are great if little kids can’t tie their shoelaces. However, shoes with laces fit better and give more support, as a laced shoe can be customized to fit or support the foot better.
Assessing Shoes
Shoes offer varying degrees of stability, cushioning and internal and external support features in the heel and arch areas for different foot types.

Don’t buy a certain style purely on the look of the shoe – make sure your child tries on a few styles and appreciates the difference in the fit and feel of each shoe.
Look for outsoles made of rubber and sturdy leather stitching rather than gluing.
Look for a firm heel counter and a contoured midsole, which will allow their foot to sit right down inside the shoe. For additional support, extra eyelets will allow variable lacing techniques to help customise the fit.
All parents will know how tough kids can be on shoes. Look for outersoles made of rubber or polyurethane for longer wear. Double-stitching, especially around the toe area, will also add to the life of the shoes.
Don’t allow too much room for growth. Oversized shoes can cause your child’s foot to roll over in the shoe and are also more likely to wear out. Shoes that are too tight can also harm their feet, so check for signs of irritation and make sure they are able to wriggle their toes freely. Having your child’s feet measured regularly, regardless of the wear on their shoes, is a great way to ensure the correct fit.

Alphabetical list of schools. Go to:


All Saints – Manahawkin, NJ

All Saints Catholic School De.

Archmere Academy

Assumption BVM

Shoe Sale
Thursday August 1st
9 am to 11 am

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Archbishop Carroll

Archbishop Wood

Bishop Shanahan High School

Shoe Sale
Thursday August,10th 2023
9 am to 11 am

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Cardinal Foley

Cardinal O'Hara


Germantown Academy

Gwyned Mercy Academy High School

Good Shepherd

Gwyned Mercy Academy


Holy Cross Catholic School Springfield

Holy Cross Regional

Shoe Sale
Monday August 7th 2023
4pm to 7pm

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Holy Family Phoenixville

Holy Family Regional Aston

Holy Rosary Regional


Immaculate Heart of Mary


J. W. Hallahan Catholic Girls High School


Lansdale Catholic High School

Shoe Sale
Wednesday August 16th 2023
10 am to 2 pm

Thursday August 17th

10am to 2pm

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Mother Mary Of The Redeemer

Shoe Sale
Wednesday August 9th 2023
4 pm to 7 pm

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Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School

Mother Teresa Regional Catholic School

Mount Aviat Academy Maryland

Mount Saint Joseph Academy


New Covenant School Virginia

Norwood Fontbone Academy



Our Lady of Mercy

Shoe Sale
August 2nd, 2023
9am to 11am

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Our Lady of Mercy NJ.

Our Mother of Consolation

Our Mother of Sorrows/St. Ignatius


Pope John Paul II – Coatesville

Shoe Sale
Monday July 10th 2023
4 pm to 7 pm

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Pope John Paul II HS.

Shoe Sale

Thursday July 13th

5pm to 7pm

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Roman Catholic


Sacred Heart Day School

Saint Basil Academy

Saint Matthew Early Child Hood Center

Saint Teresa of Calcutta

Shoe Sale
Thursday July 20th 2023
4 pm to 6 pm

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St. Agnes – West Chester

Saint Aloysius Parish School

St. Ambrose Florida

St. Anastasia

St. Bernadette

St. Coleman John Neuman

St. Elizabeth

Saint Francis Classical Catholic Academy

St. Francis of Assisi Springfield

St. James Regional Catholic School

Shoe Sale
Wednesday, July 26th 2023
4pm – 7pm

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St. Joseph The Protector

St. Josephs Downingtown

Shoe Sale
Sunday, August 6th 2023
9am – 1pm

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St. Katherine

St. Margaret’s Narberth

St. Marys Schwenksville

Shoe Sale
Thursday July 13th  2023
9 am to 11 pm

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St. Maximillan Kolbe

St. Norbert

Shoe Sale
Friday September 15th 2023
3:30 pm to 6 pm

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St. Patrick Malvern

St. Peter And Paul

Shoe Sale

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St. Pius X School

St. Simon And Jude

Shoe Sale
Sunday August 20th  2023
9 am to 1 pm

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St. Thomas More

St. Thomas the Apostle

St.Philip Neri

Saint Phillip And James

Shoe Sale

Tuesday August 8th 2023

9am to 11am

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Sperry are for Grade 6th thru 8th


Villa Maria Academy


Waldron Mercy