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The Blue Coat School and the railed graveyard of St. The school had originally been built inbut altered and enlarged by John Rawstorne between and The Blue Coat school was founded by the Rector of St.
Philip's church at the time; the Reverend William Higgs. In it was decided to open an establishment for the education of poor children due to the 'profaneness and debauchery [ It opened in the July of and took on 22 boys and 10 girls to be 'clothed, maintained and educated', and another 10 of each sex to be clothed and educated only, but the latter method was short-lived.
The school would often threaten legal action if the claims seemed to be founded, though most employers would promise to amend their ways and the charges would be dropped. They took this part of their role in the children's lives after they left the school very seriously.
Many of the children, though, would have had a better quality of life than if they had not attended the school, and many showed their gratitude. A group of former pupils came together and formed the Grateful Society which later became the True Blue Society and helped to raise money for the school.Their level of commercial success was almost unprecedented by an indie act when their first album ‘Reading Writing and Arithmetic’ (rough trade, ) debuted in the British charts at number 4, (even cracking the US Top 40) with little publicity and almost a year after the legendary single and John Peel fave ‘Can’t Be Sure’ peaked.
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