Crunch time

23rd June 2000 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Crunch time: Chanel Green of Applegarth junior, Croydon, London, tucks in during Breakfast Club Awards Week. Her school won pound;2,500 for expanding it breakfast club which is said to have boosted pupils' punctuality and concentration. The awards were run by Education Extra and sponsored by Kellogg's.

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