Brunstane Primary School in Edinburgh helps to ensure that children are getting access to something to eat before school starts, and St Paul's RC Academy in Dundee offers breakfast at no cost to pupils.
“We run a free breakfast club for all our young people. It is offered to all. We have 50 places and can fund more if we need to. The funding for the food is provided by Greggs."
"The club is not just for working parents. The club runs from 8am to 9am. Even if children do not want to eat breakfast, then we are happy that parents can use the club if they need somewhere for their child to go because we recognise the difficulties that parents face, such as single parents. Snacks are provided to each class as well as class breakfasts.”
At St Paul's RC Academy in Dundee breakfast is free for pupils.
“Funding and supplies have come from ASDA and have also come from Kellogg’s grants for the school and some funding has been allocated from PEF."
"ASDA provide a combination of grants and food items. Food offered tends to include cereal bars, biscuits and drinks. Our support staff run the breakfast offer and replenish food stocks.”