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PICTURES: Breakfast Club bonanza at Wick’s Noss primary with nearly 5000 meals served


By David G Scott

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Noss Primary School reintroduced its ‘Breakfast Club’ this session and has served almost 5000 breakfasts this year.

The club is a direct result of Pupil Equity Funding and a Stronger Starts grant from Tesco.

A group of Noss children who attend the Breakfast Club. Pictures supplied
A group of Noss children who attend the Breakfast Club. Pictures supplied
Queuing up for their breakfast meals at Noss Primary School.
Queuing up for their breakfast meals at Noss Primary School.

It has been led by pupil support assistant Maureen Forbes along with Laurence Warner across the year with continued support from Paula Fraser.

The club has been hugely successful attracting as many as 40 pupils in the morning before school serving up to 140 breakfasts per week. The service is free to all families and pupils and as a special treat, pupils picked waffles, bagels and pancakes to enjoy in the final days of term.

Empty plates all round after their lovely breakfast.
Empty plates all round after their lovely breakfast.
Two cheerful pupils who obviously enjoy the Breakfast club at Noss Primary School.
Two cheerful pupils who obviously enjoy the Breakfast club at Noss Primary School.

Headteacher Fraser Thomson said: “We have recorded that we served 4958 breakfasts this year which we are absolutely delighted with.”

A tasty treat for this Noss boy. Pictures supplied
A tasty treat for this Noss boy. Pictures supplied

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