What Is St. Cuthbert's Breakfast Club? 

St Cuthberts's breakfast club is an essential support system to our working parents and those who are accessing training. Breakfast club gives the children a positive start to allow them to fully focus  on their learning and thrive during the school day. 

Breakfast is indeed a very important meal as it fuels you up and gets you ready for the day ahead. In general, children who eat breakfast have more energy and do better in school. Without breakfast, the children can get irritable, restless, and tired. At breakfast club we make it our mission for this not to happen!


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About Us

We are open Monday to Friday during term time from 8am to 9am at a cost of £2.20.

There is no need to book; please just pop a long.

We are located in the school hall.

What We Offer

Children are offered a choice of cereals, crumpets, toast, fruit juices, milk and water.

Friday is “children’s choice” day when we offer chocolate pancakes and chocolate cereal.

Contact Us

For any more information please ring the school office: 

0151 228 4137

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What Happens After Breakfast?

After breakfast club, children have free time. We offer a variety of activities including art, table football, lego and other board games. All children normally partake in a group dance to wake themselves up. Weather permitting, children are escorted by a member of staff to use the playground.