An Aberdeen academy has saved more than 200kg of food from going to waste.
Bridge of Don Academy began a free breakfast club last year which is open to all pupils from 8am until registration begins.
It aims to address the poverty related attainment gap which might mean children go without breakfast.
It is supported by Tesco and FareShare, with both donating unsold bakery items each week.
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As a result, 266kg of food has been received by the academy, which otherwise would have gone to waste.
Mr Wallace, pupil equity lead, said: “Hunger is a barrier for pupils to concentrate and learn effectively in school so the breakfast club aims to eliminate this through this free offering.
“All pupils are welcome to drop in for some toast cereal, fruit, porridge or fruit juice to start their day with a good nutritious breakfast in a safe, friendly environment.”