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Westminster Special School

College Park School Federation of Westminster Special Schools
& Bi-borough Inclusion Service

Magic Breakfast - Important Dietary Information

Magic Breakfast are a charity that provide schools with breakfast food items so that young people have the option of a breakfast in school/club.
During this uncertain time Magic Breakfast are able to offer parents the opportunity to have the food items delivered directly to your home address ( by Amazon) every week commencing Monday 4th May 2020 and they will deliver every two weeks until further notice or you feel you no longer require any food items 
Due to the new GDPR rules we need to obtain permission from parents to share your contact details with Magic Breakfast and Amazon for the successful delivery of your food items.
This can be done by contacting Sue McGrath   email:

Please note the following information: 

We would like to share some important information about cereals, bagels and beans supplied by Magic Breakfast:


IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that during this Covid-19 period of school closures, Magic Breakfast will send us any combination of cereals for target families. Please can you check ingredients and allergens on labels before giving to children.  

  We are pleased to inform you that Magic Breakfast will be introducing three new cereals over the coming weeks as part of our breakfast offering.

These are:

  • Kellogg’s Kids Blueberry, Apple and Beetroot Multigrain Shapes
  • Kellogg’s Kids Strawberry, Apple and Carrot Multigrain Shapes
  • Weetabix Original Wheat Biscuits

The new cereals have been carefully chosen to ensure they provide the necessary nutrition for growing bodies and minds. Each cereal adheres to School Food Standards recommendations and contain lower fat, lower sugar and lower salt content. They are also a good source of fibre, which is important for optimal digestion and sustained energy levels. 

Please find attached the Ingredients and Allergens information on these new cereal products for your reference, in addition to the original Ingredients and Allergens information for existing breakfast products supplied to us.


As the New York bagels are currently supplied in supermarket style packs, they are fully labelled and have a best before date. In case the bagels arrive close to the best before date, we would like to draw your attention to Food Standards Agency advice: 

The best before date, sometimes shown as BBE (best before end), is about quality and not safety. The food will be safe to eat after this date but may not be at its best. Its flavour and texture might not be as good. 

You can freeze the bagels (if possible) at home and take them from the freezer individually as needed.


Can you read the label on the large cans and ensure that once opened, beans for the next day should go into a suitable airtight container in the fridge and not be stored in the tin. 

Please let us know if you have any queries.

Many thanks

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