Magic Breakfast in Action!

We were pleased to be visited by Magic Breakfast twice in the last couple of weeks.

The first visit was to show some of their partners our breakfast club.  We were chosen for our wonderful school community, our Breakfast Club provision and our ‘grab and go’ on the gate provision.

Our grab and go bagels are available for learners as they come into the school gate. We have a soft start that allows pupils to arrive twenty minutes before school starts at 9am. If there are any leftover bagels, once school begins, these are then distributed around the classes.  This allows learners who have arrived without having breakfast or arrived too late for breakfast club to start their day with some breakfast.

The second visit was part of Magic Breakfast Christmas Magic Makers and we were delighted to receive games and puzzles for our Magic Breakfast Club!

I just wanted to say a HUGE THANK YOU for hosting our partners from Universal Music and the individual donor. We really appreciate your support in bringing Magic Breakfast to life for them.  Please pass on my thanks to all the children as they make mornings like that memorable for life.


Magic Breakfast

Nothing is more effective than seeing the breakfast club in action.


Magic Breakfast

Latest News

Pupil Voice – BBC micro:bits

BBC MICRO:BIT The school recently acquired some free BBC micro:bit to code.  Learners in Year 5 have been the first year group to try coding with them. Previously, pupils have learnt to code using Scratch. "Today, we will be talking about our BBC micro:bit....

Children’s Book Project – Bookshop in a Box

In October, our learners were very exited to select a book from the Pop Up Book Hut which was loaned to us by the Childrens Book Project were provided for all our learners from nursery to Year 6. The Children's Book Project believes 'in the empowering impact of...

AI workshop

What is the difference between AI and coding?
How does AI learn what humans look like?
Do fully self-driving cars really exist?
How realistic is AI-generated art?

Require more information?