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Free breakfasts for students on exam day

Kyjuan Brown with students of Francis Patton Primary School (Photograph supplied)

Kyjuan Brown, former student of Francis Patton Primary School and founder of Northshore Medical Centre, is donating breakfast during the three-day Cambridge check point exam.

In a press release, Dr Brown stated he was delighted to answer the call of the Francis Patton PTA, as he feels no child should go hungry especially on exam day.

He said students need to be focused on the exam and not “on their empty stomachs”.

“Through this donation I am not aiming to solve the island’s problems of malnourishment of our paediatric population, but at least during these three days hunger would not be a factor,” Dr Brown said in a statement.

Northshore Medical pledged to continue this initiative for subsequent years.

The company said: “We urge all companies and organisations that have the means to adopt a school and afford our young people the ability to put their best foot forward.”