Mablethorpe Primary Academy has received a £500 grant from cereal maker Kellogg’s after completing an innovative online breakfast club training programme.
The course provides information on the benefits of breakfast clubs and healthy eating - as well as offering helpful advice on planning, funding and marketing the club.
Catherine Teale, principal of Mablethorpe Primary Academy, said: “The funding is fantastic, but the handy tips we picked up through the training course were priceless.
“We are looking forward to using the grant money to subsidise breakfasts for the children as well as buying new crockery and play equipment.
Kate Prince, corporate social responsibility manager at Kellogg’s said: “After 16 years of setting up breakfast clubs, we’re now focussing support on existing clubs.
“So we developed the training programme to give staff the skills needed to make their breakfast clubs sustainable for the future.”