Breakfast group celebrates 15 years

PUBLISHED: 18:05 19 January 2015 | UPDATED: 11:43 27 January 2015

Windwhistle Primary School, Celebrating 15 years breakfast club.

Windwhistle Primary School, Celebrating 15 years breakfast club.


PARENTS were invited to join their children at a breakfast club to celebrate its 15th anniversary.

Windwhistle Primary School, Celebrating 15 years breakfast club.Windwhistle Primary School, Celebrating 15 years breakfast club.

The celebrations were held at Windwhistle Primary School in Kinglsey Road where sausages and bacon rolls were eagerly devoured after being donated by Booker and Asda.

The breakfast club is attended by around 50 children for just 40p a day, thanks to subsidies from the charity Magic Breakfast.

Headteacher Lyn Hunt said: “In an ideal world, every child would have eaten a nutritious breakfast before setting out for school but this is often not the case.

“This is why our breakfast club plays such an important role in preparing children for learning.”

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