Break The Fast
Most nutritionists agree that breakfast is the most important meal of the day – yet one in seven school children do not eat breakfast before school; that's around one million children each day. This means that some children may not reach their full potential during morning lessons.
How important is breakfast? Well, as the word suggests, it literally means “breaking the fast.” After going 10-12 hours overnight without food, your energy reserves are low. Our bodies and brains need fuel! Regular attendance at breakfast clubs helps improve children’s behaviour, punctuality, attendance and can help improve performance at school, which means happier teachers too!