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Our Breakfast Club

Breakfast club is a great way to start the school day.  It is a great benefit to children and their families. Research has proved that having a healthy nutritious breakfast at the start of each day improves learning, attendance, behaviour, punctuality, healthy eating, social development and fun through play.


At Henry Whipple pupils are able to sit and socialise with their friends whilst enjoying a variety of breakfast choices from cereal, toast, fresh fruit and yoghurt.


After children have all finished breakfast they will read and join in games.



DUE to COVID restrictions and risk assessments our breakfast club is not operating at this time.



We love keeping fit with basketball in breakfast club

Here is the view our children enjoying our breakfast club January 2020


"I like coming to breakfast club be use we get cereal and toast which is very tasty and gets us ready for our learning.... we play dodgeball and traffic light so we can run around and keep fit" Bella Year 3


"I like to come to breakfast club because we read books"

Olivia Year 2


"I enjoy breakfast club and the breakfast always tastes good! We enjoy lots of activities... my favourite is dodgeball because we all work as a team. I like to draw pictures too because it helps me be calm for my morning learning" Harvey Year 4


"I like coming to breakfast club with my friends and the food quality is superb! The two amazing staff are Mrs Bailey and Mrs Nicholson. They plan lots of games and exercise for us and all the games are really competitive" Clavany Year 5

"I love coming to breakfast club we have a yummy breakfast to start our day and have lots of different activities". Year 4 Tyra-Leigh


"I really enjoy the exercise we can play skipping and hopscotch"


"At breakfast club we eat delicious cereal and toast... we get to socialise with our friends" Quezia Yr 5


" It makes me happy and helps me to come to school everyday" Sapphire Year 3


" The thing I like is we are all friends and we care about each other" Clavany Yr 4