We are pleased to announce that this year’s Christmas Card is now available to order. Each card is A6 (measuring 11cm by 15cm) and is available to order in packs of 10 for only £5.00.

The inside greeting reads ‘Season’s Greetings’.

All profits will go directly to The Blue Coat School Development Fund.

My Bluecoat

This year’s design shows the School’s former home in the city centre on a winter’s day. The Bluecoat, Liverpool’s centre for the contemporary arts, is celebrating its 300th birthday in 2017. Next year The Blue Coat School is working in partnership with the Bluecoat on their ‘My Bluecoat’ project – a programme of heritage, art exhibitions, live music, dance events and community projects which will help audiences explore different aspects of The Blue Coat School and the Bluecoat’s shared history from 1717 – 2017. We are excited about this partnership and thank the Bluecoat for providing the photo for our Christmas card this year.

Order your Christmas Cards

If you are a parent of a student, member of staff or a friend of the School who can collect the cards in person please click on the ‘Buy Now’ button below to purchase your cards.

Buy Now Button

If you would like your cards posting to a UK address please click on the ‘Buy Now’ button below to include £2 postage and packaging costs.

Buy Now Button

Orders received by Friday 25th November will be sent out on Friday 2nd December. Any orders received after this date will be available to collect from the School Office during usual opening hours, subject to availability.

Thank you for supporting our Development Fund

We pride ourselves on offering an exceptional education and fantastic extra-curricular opportunities for all of our students, giving them the opportunity to excel academically, to pursue extra-curricular interests to exceed their potential. Much of this additional activity and ‘extras’ are funded solely by voluntary gifts and donations through our Development Fund and would not be possible without the support of parents, Old Blues and friends of the School.

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