SCHOOLS have been flocking to put their own stamp on this year’s Christmas cards.
The Royal Mail has asked primary pupils to help design its festive stamp for the first time in 30 years.
The competition, which is open to children aged from four to 11, is adopting the theme “What Does Christmas Mean to You?” and designs can be religious or secular.
Royal Mail bosses said that more than 100 schools have signed up for the contest in just five days. It was launched by children’s author and illustrator Lauren Child.