Subscription Services

Dear Parent(s)

For many years, parents of pupils at the school have very kindly given money to the school. Their generosity is now making a real difference to what we are able to offer your daughter, in terms of better resources, better surroundings and better equipment

Each year a group of parents leave the school, and each year we ask parents of the incoming Year 7 whether they would consider taking their place by contributing to the school's funds. Please could you help us?

Any amount you can give, no matter how small, will help us. We would encourage you, if at all possible, to consider giving on a regular basis. If you are able to give us for example £13 each month for 5 years, with the tax we can claim back the school will benefit to the tune of £1,000

Three separate forms are attached:

  • The YELLOW form is for one-off donations to our "Special Resources" Fund. If you pay tax, we can reclaim the tax you have paid on your gift from the taxman. This means that every £1 you give is worth £1.28 to us. Please be sure to fill in the appropriate section on the form if you pay tax: it makes all the difference!
  • The WHITE BANKER'S ORDER form is to set up a standing order, so that you can give regularly to the school. If you pay tax, please complete the LILAC form which is a gift-aid declaration form for regular contributions to our "Special Resources" Fund, thus allowing the school to reclaim the tax on your donation.
  • Once you have completed the form(s), please return for the attention of The Bursar, ARCHBISHOP BLANCH HIGH SCHOOL, Mount Vernon Road, LIVERPOOL, L7 3EA

Thank you in anticipation of your generosity. You will be investing in something that is of supreme importance to both of us - your daughter's education, and your daughter's future.

Miss Jane Griffiths

The forms for download here



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