Do your kids go to Breakfast Club? For busy working parents it’s a total godsend, because not only are children getting something to eat in the morning, they usually get to do fun stuff with their mates too. Arlo and Sam have both loved going to Breakfast Clubs at their two schools, and it also really helped them settle in when we moved earlier in the year. It was a softer start to their days with a smaller group of children.
If you’re a big fan of your school’s breakfast club then you could enter them into the national Breakfast Club Awards for a chance to win up to £1,500, along with some other great prizes.
The Kellogg’s Breakfast Club Awards recognises these great clubs that are running every morning across the UK and the people that make them happen.
A specialist panel of experts has been hand-picked to judge the awards and winner and runners up will be announced via a web broadcast on 9 November, by the star of Educating Yorkshire, Matt Burton.
Each winning school will receive £1,500 for its Breakfast Club, with runners up winning £500 and the 2015 Breakfast Club Awards Grand Winner receiving £2,000. Winners will also be invited to attend an awards ceremony in The Houses of Parliament.
Tonnes of other prizes will be given away too including George ASDA school uniforms and Hasbro Gaming Bundles for winners and runners up.
Kellogg’s supports 2,500 breakfast clubs across the UK with training, cereal donations and funding so that schools can run a sustainable pre-school club.
To find out more about each of the categories and to submit a Breakfast Club entry, visit: www.kelloggs.co.uk/breakfastclubawards. Entries close on 12th October, 2015.
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