Kellogg's, the cereal manufacturer, has launched a search for the best breakfast clubs in Britain.
The Kellogg's Breakfast Club Awards aim to recognise innovative work in schools, and to reward the "breakfast heroes" who sacrifice extra hours in bed.
Two winners will be given pound;1,000 each to spend on their breakfast clubs and 22 runners-up will receive pound;300 each.
Judges include Chris Tarrant, the former radio presenter and teacher.
The deadline for entries is May 8. See www.kelloggs.co.ukbreakfastclubawards