School Principal Colin Torrens 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 some new play equipment for the club and providing a free big breakfast as part of our ‘walk to school week’.
“It’s so encouraging to see companies like Kellogg’s supporting breakfast clubs like ours as it means we can carry on delivering the same excellent service to our children and their families,” he said.
“We’re very pleased to be given this opportunity once again having previously been voted ‘Best Breakfast Club in Northern Ireland.”
Kellogg’s has supported breakfast clubs for 16 years across the UK.