A breakfast club at a Maidstone primary school has been awarded the best in the South East in a ceremony at the Houses of Parliament.
Pupils from Molehill Primary School got the chance to visit Westminster to see their school crowned regional winners in the search for the best breakfast clubs in the UK.
Children pay 50p a day to attend and in return they get a choice of breakfast and can even help cook their own food.
Then the pupils can take part in a wide range of activities, with everything from board games and puzzles to dance class and aerobics on offer.
The breakfast club previously had only a handful of regular visitors.
But thanks to three years of hard work by staff at the school, the club is going from strength to strength.
The award brought a once in a lifetime chance for the pupils to visit Westminster and experience a few other firsts.
Research by the IFS has shown that breakfast clubs can improve attainment for primary school pupils.
The club at Molehill Primary is no exception, with teachers seeing clear improvements.