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Funding fears for breakfast clubs.

Funding fears for breakfast clubs.

"You can always tell if a child has eaten breakfast - they concentrate more in class and behave better too," says Stockport head teacher Mike O'Brien.

His school, St Bernadette's RC Primary, runs a breakfast club for 80 children each day - but Mr O'Brien fears they might not be able to fund it in future.

And of 750 teachers polled for food company Kellogg's, which sponsors 3,000 clubs, two fifths are equally worried.

England's Department for Education said its plans would boost breakfast clubs.

Kellogg's commissioned the polling company YouGov to question teachers in schools with breakfast clubs throughout the UK. 

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