Kellogg’s have this week reopened their Breakfast Club grants programme for primary schools.
The grant offers £1,000 to school breakfast clubs to help provide breakfast to those children who need it most.
Luke Pollard MP has encouraged schools in Plymouth to apply for breakfast club funding saying:
“This grant funding is a great opportunity for schools in Plymouth to help provide the critical support that breakfast clubs offer to pupils.
The funding, which can be used for equipment, food, volunteer pay or learning materials, could make an invaluable contribution to the essential support so many schools are already providing their pupils.
There is a limited number of grants available so priority will be given to those schools that have 35% and above of children in receipt of pupil premium funding, so time is of the essence to secure this money for your school.”
You can apply for breakfast club funding here