A NEW Breakfast Club has opened at a Scarborough primary school.
Youngsters at East Ayton School are able to choose from a range of healthy and nutritious breakfast food thanks to the club, which also gives them the chance to play and relax before the start of school.
The club has been set up by the Base Out of School Club committee and manager Christine Matthews.
Chairman of the committee Ralph Alder, who has a child in Year 2 who regularly attends the club, said: “The new venture of a breakfast club now means we can offer wrap-around care for children with busy parents both before school starts as well as after the final bell sounds.”
He added: “I am extremely proud of the dedicated staff who devote their time to both clubs.
“Their very first Ofsted report last year was deemed ‘good’ which was quite an achievement.”
The Base Club has been running an after school club for the past two years, offering a range of fun activities for the children attending.
The Breakfast Club opens its doors at 8am and the after school club runs from the end of school until 6pm.