James Sunderland has called on schools across the Bracknell constituency to enter the Kellogg’s Breakfast Club of the Year Awards.
The aim of this year’s Kellogg’s Breakfast Club Awards is to recognise schools all over the UK for the incredible role they have played to educate and safeguard children throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The 12 regional winners will each receive £1,000 to put towards their club.
James Sunderland said:
“Schools across the Bracknell area have really stepped up over the last year. Breakfast clubs deliver more than just food, they contribute to improving children’s attendance and attainment and can be a lifeline to parents. We need to celebrate the contribution school breakfast clubs have made and would encourage all local schools to enter”.
Kate Prince of Kellogg’s said:
“We want to hear about how schools went above and beyond to ensure children had everything they needed during lockdown, including breakfast. We would also like to know more about how schools adapted breakfast club provision in September to meet new COVID safe guidelines. While we won’t be organising an awards ceremony this year due to COVID restrictions, we will make sure schools are able to celebrate in style from the safety of the school by sending out special breakfast club party packs!”
Entries close on Friday 15th January 2021. Shortlists will be announced on 25th January and the winning schools will be notified by email and phone on Monday 8th February. More details are available at: Breakfast Club Awards 2020 | Kellogg's