were delivered by Castlemilk’s Jeely Piece Club - an expert in delivering learning and education through play.
Lorraine Booth, head teacher of Miller Primary, said: “We’ve had a really positive response from our families and it’s been a great couple of days.
“I know that the impact of the summer club will be amazing and our school is very grateful to be a part of the programme.”
The Food, Families, Futures programme is an initiative developed by charity Children in Scotland.
It aims to improve the health and wellbeing of children and their families and improve the engagement and confidence of parents in their children’s learning in areas with significant levels of child poverty.
The scheme - which draws on the skills of local organisations to help deliver cooking sessions and activities - was rolled out across Glasgow after a successful pilot at Dalmarnock and Ibrox primaries.
Jackie Brock, Children in Scotland chief executive, said: “We’re proud to be working with schools in Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire over the summer as part of this growing project.
“Food, Families, Futures demonstrates the fantastic assets our local communities possess, and how they can draw on their strengths to improve experiences for children and families over the summer holiday period – a time that we know can bring real difficulties.”