Fri 14 December 2012, The Independent

Teachers 'buy food for poor pupils'

By Richard Garner
Children are skipping school dinners because their parents can no longer afford to buy them. Two out of three teachers say they have had to either give their pupils food or buy them a meal to stop them going hungry, according to a survey from the Children's Society.
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