Before School Activities
'Breakfast is tasty and warm and you can be with your friends'
Child quote  


Breakfast club
Our Breakfast club starts at 7.45am every morning. Children are offered a breakfast which includes a choice of different cereals, toast, fresh fruit, milk and fruit juice. A range of fun and relaxing activities (such as drawing pictures, Lego block building, board games, puzzles) are on offer to engage and involve them before the start of the school day. At the end of breakfast club the younger children are escorted to their class collection points for an 8.45am school start. Breakfast club costs only £2.
 
A reminder that you can make electronic payments for Breakfast club. There are no queues and you can do this from the comfort of your home using your smart phone! Money is transferred within 3 days to our bank account which is checked daily. 
If you have queries, please ask the main school office.

 
SORT CODE: 30-99-86      
ACCOUNT CODE: 00858137
ACCOUNT NAME: The Willow Primary School
REFERENCE: Your child's name followed by one of these codes: BESS (Clubs), DM (Dinner money), CHC (Childcare), BRC (Breakfast club) or Trip name. 
Ensure you have your child’s name and reference on each payment separately ie XXXX DM, or XXXX BRC

    

WakeUP! Magic Breakfast club is currently for children in Years 3,4,5,6 ONLY. All other year groups have bagels in class.

Magic Breakfast - Fuel For Learning

WakeUP Club (Magic Breakfast - a charity)  
We have a club that provides free breakfast bagels to children. The WakeUP club starts at 8.20am and finishes at 8.35am every morning. This club started in January 2015 and is part of a nationwide initiative encouraging children to eat a healthy breakfast before school. We have been fortunate enough to be chosen for this scheme, and Magic Breakfast provide bagels to the school. Open to all children, bagels are also delivered to class, including Reception.

There is a proven link between learning and breakfast!
Magic Breakfast proven link between breakfast and learning


Click here to find our more: http://www.magicbreakfast.com 

Click here to read an article about the link between breakfast and literacy (featuring The Willow School): https://www.good.is/articles/malnutrition-and-illiteracy

Click here to read an article about the collaboration between the Magic Breakfast charity and The Willow Primary School. I Newspaper article
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