The National School Breakfast Programme has launched its breakfast at home area on the Family Action website, where you will find lots of information and advice on providing a low cost, nutritious, daily breakfast at home.
1 in 5 parents with primary aged children find breakfast the trickiest time of day
60% of parents struggle to find time to eat breakfast as a family
Parents are unsure what makes up a healthy breakfast
Children who eat breakfast generally have a higher intake & store of vitamins & minerals
Children who eat breakfast showed higher well-being scores
A positive link has been shown between GCSE performance & eating breakfast
81% of teachers report that hungry children are unable to concentrate
Up to 30% of school children miss out on breakfast
Rudston Primary Year 2 jumped into their pyjamas at Gateacre School last week to celebrate Pyjamarama, BookTrust’s celebration aimed at getting children reading and raising money to help every child get a bedtime story.
Children got to create reading dens, decorate biscuits and listen to author and storyteller Jude Lennon to celebrate and share the magic of reading.