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Breakfast clubs are playing an increasingly important role in the early years. Katy Morton reports.

A plan of action commissioned by the Government last year to improve the quality and take-up of school meals has been published today.

The charity run by the bakery chain Greggs has just opened its 12th breakfast club this year.

Fifty-five per cent of school support staff have seen an increase this year in the number of children relying on breakfast clubs, finds new research.

Nearly a third of primary school children think that cheese comes from plants and nearly one in five believe fish fingers come from chicken.

The UK is failing its most vulnerable children and any improvements in tackling child poverty are in danger of being eroded by Government welfare policies, doctors' leaders have warned.

More funding is required for free school meals and breakfast clubs to help tackle high levels of child food poverty, recommends a report by the London Assembly.

Huge numbers of children living below the poverty line do not qualify for free school meals according to research by The Children's Society.

More than four out of ten professionals who work with children have given food to a child in the last two years because they were worried they were not getting enough to eat, finds a new survey.

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