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Canning Town students gear up to tuck into ‘Le Tour de France Big Breakfast

16:27 02 July 2014

Poppy and Steven Hornsby are among the children from Ravenscroft Primary who will be enjoying a continental breakfast in honour of the Tour de France

Poppy and Steven Hornsby are among the children from Ravenscroft Primary who will be enjoying a continental breakfast in honour of the Tour de France

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Pupils at a primary school who can’t wait for the Tour de France are getting into the spirit early with a big continental breakfast to honour the race which arrives in Newham on Monday.

A free ‘Le Tour de France Big Breakfast’ for the 600 students of Ravenscroft Primary in Canning Town and their parents will be served from 8.15am tomorrow morning.

It will also be a school community event with music, dance and songs.

A hot breakfast will include scrambled egg, beans, mushrooms, tomatoes & sausages (Halal option available).

A cold breakfast will include cereal, fruit and bread rolls with jam or marmalade.

Like all the other schools in the borough, Ravenscroft will be closed on Monday but a spokeswoman at the school said staff and children wanted to incorporate the special day into their Big Breakfast event.

The event has been organised and funded by Friends of Ravenscroft (PTA) with the help of a £500 Let’s Get the Party Started grant from Newham Council.

All the pupils of Ravenscroft Primary School will receive an exclusively designed Le Tour de Ravenscroft T-shirts to wear for The Big Breakfast, as worn by pupils Steven and Poppy Hornsby in the photo above.

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