The school has two such clubs, one in the main building and one in the Department of Additional Support, where between 40 and 50 pupils can get a healthy breakfast to set them up for the day. It has been proven that learning improves when a pupil has had a good breakfast.
Margaret Johnstone, the school’s Support Services Co ordinator, said: “We will continue to build on our current numbers and hope more pupils join in the future as we strive to close the poverty gap.”
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