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Magic Breakfast


Woodhouse West is proud to be in partnership with Magic Breakfast, providing healthy breakfasts to our pupils so that they are settled and ready to learn.


Magic Breakfast provides Woodhouse West with nutritious breakfast food to ensure children start their school day in the best possible way. Breakfast gives children the energy needed for the busy school morning, enabling them to focus on their lessons.


Here at Woodhouse West We want every child to start the day feeling ready to learn and a fundamental element of this is a healthy, filling breakfast.


Woodhouse West's Magic Breakfast Offer

Classroom Bagels

Brief Description: Every child will have the option to have a toasted plain or buttered bagel and a cup of fresh water

Venue: Classrooms

Time: 8:30am-8:50am

Frequency: Monday-Friday

Any child that isn’t hungry or doesn’t want a bagel that day can politely decline.


This offer is completely free of charge to ALL children.


Below is nutritional information for the bagels


In order to deliver this provision, we will launch using a 'phased approach' over the course of Spring Term. This means that over the next few weeks, some year groups will have the opportunity to access the initiative before other year groups begin. This allows us to provide Magic Breakfast to the highest standard and offer us the opportunity to modify our approach, should any unforeseen issues occur.


The estimated timeline of the phased launch;


Launch of Magic Breakfast (week beginning)


w/b 17th January


w/b 17th January


w/b 31st January


w/b 31st January


w/b 21st February


w/b 21st February


w/b 28th February


COVID continues to pose difficulties for school. Should levels of staffing be affected by COVID, we will need to adjust the timeline above. We will send out all information on ParentMail to inform you of any changes to the timeline and/or any additional information if/when required.


To find out more about Magic Breakfast, please click on the logo which will link you to their website.