The Breakfast Club is a project devised by and funded through the School Completion Programme with assistance from the Department of Social Protection’s School Meals Programme. The Breakfast Club offers a universal service to students at Deele each morning from 8.15a.m. to 8.45a.m. Breakfast is served in the Assembly Area where students can avail of a choice of Juices, cereals, toast and hot drinks.
The aim of the breakfast club is to provide a nutritional and balanced breakfast to young people while creating a welcoming atmosphere in the school each morning. Research has shown that students who eat a breakfast are better able to concentrate, participate and learn. Students can meet their friends and share breakfast or just enjoy a mug of hot chocolate before school starts. Students make a small contribution towards the food. Some of the items on the menu include: Toast, Hot Chocolate, Glass of Milk, Tea, Cereal, Orange Juice. Approximately 100 students per day avail of the service