Singleton Public School's Breakfast Club hosted its annual 'Kinder Brekky' this morning.
The Kinder Brekky event introduced the Breakfast Club program to all kindergarten students at the school.
All the children enjoyed a delicious spread consisting of fresh fruit, pikelets, fruit muffins, savoury scrolls and slices.
Parents also attended the event and shared cuppas and cake.
"The School's Breakfast Club aims to provide students with a nutritious start to their day," coordinator Sandy Tickell explained.
"The highly successful program provided around 6000 breakfasts in 2018.
She continued, "In addition to breakfast, over 1500 sandwiches and 5000 items of fruit and veg were provided for lunch-box assistance."
"This program is very kindly sponsored by the Singleton Neighbourhood Centre and the Singleton Heights Bakery, and resourced with a wonderful team of parent and carer volunteers."