The Liverpool Blue Coat Old Blues' Association - Founded 1838
© Copyright: Liverpool Blue Coat Old Blues' Association. 2007-2020 Registered charity No. 1072458
WELCOME to the official website of The Liverpool Blue Coat School Old Blues' Association, (formerly the Liverpool Blue Coat Brotherly Society). If you were ever a student or member of staff at The Liverpool Blue Coat School, this is for you! Click here to read about us!
Explore all the pages, look at the photographs from days gone by and send us your details to be added to our database ("Join Us"). Check out the Diary to see if there are any events or meetings that may interest you. You will be made very welcome. If you want to know more, please contact us.
To see the official website of The Liverpool Blue Coat School, please click here.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR NEW STUDENTS
The Liverpool Blue Coat Old Blues' Association may, in certain circumstances, be able to provide financial assistance to families of new Year 7 students, to help with the costs of school uniform and essential equipment. Details about this facility are on the "Financial Help" page of this website.
Please take a look, and see how to apply for assistance. Help may also be available for families of existing Blue Coat students.
Website updated: 17th November 2020
Our latest Newsletter, published on 15th October 2020 can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking here.
The Newsletter will be sent by email to all those on our database who have expressed a wish to receive it. If you know of any Old Blues who may not be on our lists, please feel free to download the Newsletter and forward it on to them.
The latest Blue Coat Community Newsletter (19th December 2019) can be seen by clicking HERE,
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
Each year on Remembrance Sunday the Old Blues lay a wreath at the cenotaph in Beaumaris. The Covid-19 crisis meant that the parade and public ceremony had to be cancelled this year, so our President, Ron Richardson, was unable to represent us and lay our wreath. However, we sent our wreath to Beaumaris where it was laid by a local official in a small ceremony.