School Breakfast clubs are a proven way of helping children from all backgrounds start the school day focused and ready to learn. The Kellogg’s Awards will celebrate the importance of breakfast clubs and the role played by teachers, parents and children across the UK.
Local MP for Cannock Chase, Amanda Milling, is encouraging local school Breakfast Clubs to enter the Kellogg’s Awards and see if they can win £1500 for their club. Kellogg’s has been supporting breakfast clubs for the past 17 years, and provides 2,500 schools across the UK with funding, food and training.
Amanda Milling said, “There are many brilliant school breakfast clubs that provide a brilliant service to local families, a place for children to learn and interact and somewhere they can also enjoy a breakfast.”
Kellogg’s are now accepting submissions from schools for each of their award categories, including promoting a healthy lifestyle, community involvement, the best breakfast club in England and the prestigious ‘Breakfast Club Hero’ award. Winning entries will be given a prize of £1,500 and £500 for runners up as well as a host of other prizes. Entries will be judged by an expert panel, with children and teachers from each of the winning clubs invited to the awards ceremony in the House of Commons.
Schools can apply through the awards website, www.kelloggs.co.uk/breakfastclubawards The awards application process will be open until October 12th 2015 and the breakfast club doesn’t need to be Kellogg’s funded to enter.