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Breakfast Clubs

Breakfast clubs are a great way to start your child’s day providing them with a healthy breakfast, giving them the opportunity to have a fun and active morning, socialise with other children from their school and ensure they get the perfect start to the day ahead!

On their arrival to Breakfast club all children will be provided with a nutritional breakfast which normally consists of cereals or toast and a drink. Children will have the choice of what they would like to choose to eat during the morning.

Once children have eaten breakfast they will participate in activities such as Cooking, Arts and Crafts, Experiments, Sports and Games which will be led by our Club Leaders. At the end of the session the Club leaders will ensure all children are taken to their class meeting point or classrooms where there will be a hand over to the class teacher.

Our clubs truly help children to recognise just how important eating breakfast is and how it can enhance their academic performance throughout the day. Getting into the habit of eating a healthy, nutritional breakfast and playing, problem solving and team building early in the morning is essential for children as they grow up and we find this habit really does stick with them for life.

Breakfast Clubs aren’t only convenient for working parents, they have so many more advantages for your children:

  • Great opportunity for children to make new friends
  • Children can enjoy their breakfast in a safe and familiar environment
  • Part take in activities that will prepare them perfectly for the day ahead
  • Children develop their negotiation, team-building and problem solving skills

What children say about our Breakfast Clubs;

“When I come to ClubsComplete it makes me feel happy. The staff are very polite and make me feel welcome, at ClubsComplete I feel safe. Sometimes we get to go in the hall and play games like Dodgeball, Quarterball and others. If we haven't had breakfast don't worry, you can have some here: blackcurrant and orange juice, oats and a variety of cereal.” Year 6 pupil

To book a Breakfast clubs at your child’s school please click here