Teacher and senior learning mentor Rachel Tempest said she was delighted with the award.
“School teachers and the wider support staff had raised concerns on the increasing number of children arriving at school without breakfast,” she said.
“The aim of the project was to secure the necessary funding to enable all seven to 11-year-old children, particularly those who regularly missed breakfast, to benefit from a daily piece of fresh fruit or vegetable.
“I’m ecstatic about the award. The Year Six Junior Enterprise Team (Jets) who develop and manage the project, along with the children who work in the Hunger Hut have been fantastic, as have The Huddersfield Town Foundation, who we couldn’t have done this without.
“I’m immensely proud of them and their team work, especially as it's the final year at St Thomas for our Jets. What a great achievement and learning experience ahead of the children who will be starting high school!"
Jessica Arber, 10, is a pupil at the school: “The Hunger Hut is great for our school and gives us delicious, free fruit,” she said.
Mandy Taylor is the fundraising manager at the football club’s charity foundation and added: “It has been a privilege to support this innovative project and to see first-hand the positive impact this has made upon so many children’s lives.
“The school will no doubt be incredibly proud of its award success and we are delighted to have shared their celebration”
Kelly Griffiths organiser of the Community Education Awards, congratulated the school on their success.
“There is nothing more important than the health of school children, so to set up this project, by utilising the school’s corporate links is fantastic.
"What really impressed the judges though was how the children played their part in formulating a business plan and proving to be the real drivers behind the school’s success- well done to all the children and teachers involved.”