HUNGRY pupils tucked into a hearty breakfast at Hatton Adventure World.
More than 20 youngsters from Ferncumbe School in Hatton were collected by tractor and open-top trailer and transported to the park where they learnt about the benefits of breakfast.
It is the 17th year the National Farmers Union and Hatton Adventure World have worked together on the initiative.
Pupils were given the full English treatment including locally sourced bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, vegetables, wholemeal bread, milk and fruit.
And they were even waited on by local farmers and members of the Warwickshire branch of the National Farmers’ Union.
Before breakfast was served the children took part in drawing activities and games to understand where the produce comes from. After breakfast they walked around the farmyard to feed and pet the animals.