Teachers’ funding fears for breakfast clubs

“You can always tell if a child has eaten breakfast – they concentrate more in class and behave better too,” says Stockport head teacher Mike O’Brien.
His school, St Bernadette’s RC Primary, runs a breakfast club for 80 children each day – but Mr O’Brien fears they might not be able to fund it in future.
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  1. I notice in the main article it says that 43% of schools feared their breakfast club could close within three years. Its such a shame that the government are making all these cuts.

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