Magic breakfast is a charity that aims to prevent hunger from being a barrier to children’s learning. RPS is currently lucky enough to be part of this project and are receiving free bagels from the National School Breakfast Programme. This provision is provided for children universally in our school.
The bagels are made to a special recipe, containing 25% whole wheat and fortified with Vitamin D. They are free from any artificial flavourings and preservatives and help to ensure that our children start their school day having had fuel for learning, ready to concentrate on their lessons.
A parent requested that we provide information within the newsletter regarding the ingredients of the bagels for parents of children who have allergies. The ingredients are as follows:
Wheat flour (containing calcium, corbonate, iron, nicotinamide and thiamine. Wholemeal flour, salt, sugar, yeast, Barley malt flour.
Due to production within a factory the ingredients state that the bagels may also contain milk, sesame, and eggs.
Claire Hadingham from the National School Breakfast Programme visited the breakfast club on Tuesday and provided advice and suggestions. We thank Magic breakfast for continuing to provide bagels for our children to eat each day.