Help for Hunger
Research from YouGov highlights the extent of the challenges faced around child nutrition and the impact of hunger on children’s learning during the pandemic.
More than half of all teachers surveyed reported concerns about an anticipated rise in hunger among children returning to school, while 74% reported that school breakfasts would help children catch up on learning.
The YouGov research also highlighted holiday hunger as a key issue in learning development, as 57% of surveyed teachers noticed disadvantaged pupils falling behind academically after the summer holidays.
This is why Magic Breakfast and Amazon continue to supply and deliver free breakfasts to children at home. Magic Breakfast estimates that 35,000 children from 671 schools will receive a breakfast via the partnership over the holidays.
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