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Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Education Secretary Rt Hon Charles Clarke MP and Meg Munn MP recently joined pupils at Myrtle Springs Secondary School’s Breakfast Club to sample atmosphere and facilities enjoyed by around 20-30 11-13 year olds every Tuesday and Thursday morning.  The Breakfast Club has been in operation for three years.  It provides breakfast and a sociable atmosphere for the pupils, ensuring that they start the day with a healthy meal. 


Meg said;

"Myrtle Springs is making excellent progress with pupils achieving more each year. When Charles Clarke told me he would be in Sheffield it seemed the perfect opportunity for him to see how the school is supporting its pupils."


The MPs were joined by Sheffield City Council Cabinet Member for Education and Training, Councillor Angela Smith, Executive Director for Education Jonathan Crossley-Holland, and Myrtle Springs Head Teacher Ed Wydenbach.


Cllr Smith said: “The Minister will be able to see for himself one of the benefits of extended school facilities.  Breakfast clubs have proved very popular in Sheffield, giving pupils the opportunity to socialise with each other in a relaxed atmosphere whilst benefiting from a nutritional start to the day.”


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