breakfast club


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breakfast club

n
(Education) a service that provides a breakfast for children who arrive early at school
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SHE set up a school breakfast club so children didn't go hungry and now Helen Walker has won a prestigious award for her efforts.
SHE set up a school breakfast club so that local children didn't go hungry and now Helen Walker has won a prestigious award for her efforts.
PUPILS in Cardiff are toasting their school after it won the title Best Breakfast Club in Wales.
The 18th EKO breakfast club is expected to launch next month.
They and their Great Britain Davis Cup team-mates dished up food at a breakfast club at Clovenstone Primary in Edinburgh.
There are 500 such schemes across the country, and the Kellogg's Breakfast Club Awards were launched yesterday to recognise schools which run them.
In addition to the home entertainment release, The Breakfast Club 30[sup.
Mother of three, Sophie Bell, who has two children of primary school age, said sending them to breakfast club at Ysgol y Parc every day could cost her up to PS140 a month.
A staggering 85% of schools now have a breakfast club in term time and we're proud of the role we've played over the last 16 years,' he says.
Historically, the school has had problems with attendance, but the breakfast club has helped to improve attendance and punctuality figures as it gives the school the opportunity to troubleshoot any problems'.
CHIEF executive of Cardiff Airport, Jon Horne, will address a meeting of Cardiff Breakfast Club later this month.
Worryingly, the one in 10 parents who don't have access to a breakfast club have had to go to dramatic lengths to balance their job and childcare needs, including negotiating flexible working hours (10 pc), taking a pay cut (6 pc), or putting their career on hold (3 pc) to care for their children in the morning.