Teachers reported that parents were living off flavoured water and cereal so their children could eat during the holidays.
ALMOST four million school children are at risk of going hungry over the holidays, Labour claimed yesterday.
But she warned there could be millions more at risk with 3.9m children across England living in poverty.
It came as the Department for Education admitted it has “made no assessment of the number of children who are at risk of experiencing hunger during school summer holidays in 2017”.
Ms Rayner called it a “national disgrace” that millions of children across the country are at risk of going hungry this summer.