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Harleston eateries offering 'exam breakfasts' to help Archbishop Sancroft High School students through their GCSEs



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Eateries around Harleston are offering students ‘exam breakfasts’ to see them through their GCSEs next month.

Businesses such as D A Browne & Son butchers and The Tudor Bakehouse are donating cooked breakfasts, cereals and toast to Archbishop Sancroft High School to ensure Year 11 students are well fed and alert during the six weeks they sit their exams this summer.

Emma Johnson, executive business manager at Archbishop Sancroft High School, said: “Offering breakfast to our students during their exams provides a unique opportunity for students to gather together, with teachers and support staff, for some last-minute revision and reassurance.

Ivy Worrall, Emma Johnson and Lily Marsden with Andy Orford from D & A Brown & Son butchers. Picture: Richard Marsham.
Ivy Worrall, Emma Johnson and Lily Marsden with Andy Orford from D & A Brown & Son butchers. Picture: Richard Marsham.

“It is a joy to see students and staff sharing top tips, a moment of mindfulness or a few words of encouragement, while enjoying a good breakfast together. We are very grateful to all the local businesses which are supporting our students.”

Students at Archbishop Sancroft tucking in to some of their exam breakfasts. Picture: Emma Johnson (57003000)
Students at Archbishop Sancroft tucking in to some of their exam breakfasts. Picture: Emma Johnson (57003000)

Other Harleston-based businesses generously supporting the project include Pepperell’s Meats Ltd, the East of England Co-op, Broken Egg and Waveney Foodbank.



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