Welsh breakfast for school children

Hubbard, Ben
November 2003
Education (14637073);11/14/2003, Issue 120, p1
Reports on the plan accepted by the Welsh Assembly as of November 14, 2003 to provide Welsh children with free breakfasts at schools. Importance of children eating a proper breakfast; Types of food included in the breakfast; Number of schools in Wales which offer breakfasts.


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