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Farooq Goes Back to School

Farooq Goes Back to School

Serving breakfast with the Rev Sarah Gower and Judy Moore

10 December 2014

THE breakfast club at St John's Primary School in Orton Goldhay has expanded thanks to the support of national charity Magic Breakfast with sponsorship from Farooq Mohammed, who runs Maharanis restaurant.. Farooq was invited for an update from chairman of governors the Rev Sarah Gower and deputy head Judy Moore.

This sponsorship, which began in 2013, has enabled the school to open up the service to all its children and numbers have gone up each term. The children enjoy a variety of activities as well as a healthy, nutritious breakfast before lessons begin. Club co-ordinator Steve Munday keeps an eye on proceedings - and on the clock - while parent volunteers serve fruit juice, porridge, cereal and bagels.

Afterwards Farooq said it had been wonderful to see the club in action and the happy atmosphere. "The success of this club and the knock-on effects in the classroom are further evidence of the excellent work being carried out all over the country by Magic Breakfast, and the noticeable benefits in terms of improved attendance, attention and achievement," he added. "I feel privileged to be able to play a small part by supporting two local schools."

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