Primary School

Breakfast – The Most Important Meal of the Day

breakfastWe have all heard this saying and there is certainly a lot of truth behind it! Studies have shown if your child skips breakfast and they are hungry, they are more likely to be tired, moody and irritable at school. He or she will find it harder to concentrate at a time when they are learning lots of new things. Children need a lot of energy to get through a morning of concentrating, learning and playing.

Don’t be tempted to allow your children chocolate, sweets or fizzy drinks before school. Not only are these bad for your health, but they will make your child’s blood sugar levels peak quickly before dropping very fast, leaving him or her with a lack of energy and feeling irritable. Providing children with a breakfast that is rich in fibre, proteins and whole grains can hep to boost their attention span, concentration and memory.

If you are really pushed for time and your child is in years 1-6 why not allow your child to attend the breakfast club in school? For 50p per day your child will receive fresh fruit juice, cereal and toast. There is no need to book a place and children can simply drop in between 8:20 and 8:45am.

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