Bright Sparks Pre-School in Empingham enjoy breakfast club

Rosalie Gould aged 3, William Gould aged 4, Emily Spicer aged 3, Digby Thelwell aged 7, Nina Thelwell aged 5, at Bright Sparks farmhouse breakfast week
Rosalie Gould aged 3, William Gould aged 4, Emily Spicer aged 3, Digby Thelwell aged 7, Nina Thelwell aged 5, at Bright Sparks farmhouse breakfast week
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THESE children have been learning why breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Bright Sparks Pre-School in Empingham, which also runs a drop-in breakfast club for children before school, has marked National Farmhouse Breakfast Week by making a different breakfast every day.

The children who attend have enjoyed muesli, healthy fruit smoothies and even bacon and eggs.

Bright Sparks’ owner Gail Healey, who launched the breakfast club a year ago, said: “It has been great fun but we have been able to get across the importance of eating a healthy breakfast.”

Nine-year-old James Wooding is a breakfast club regular.

He said: “I eat breakfast because it wakes you up and it’s good for your brain.”

The breakfast club is open every day from 7.45am at the pre-school.