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Breakfast clubs for school children
At a breakfast club your child can meet other children in a supervised setting before school.
In most cases breakfast is provided with children brought together around a table to eat. Some clubs offer activities that support learning at school. Breakfast clubs are particularly useful if your child arrives early at school.
Skipping breakfast can mean poor energy and concentration levels in the first half of the school day. This can also lead to poor academic performance. Often children compensate for the lack of breakfast by buying foods like crisps and chocolate, and this encourages bad eating habits.
Breakfast clubs help to improve punctuality and attendance, as well as performance in the classroom.
To find out more contact your child's school