• Our KickStart Breakfast Ambassador Beatrice Faumuina has been travelling around the country to acknowledge the outstanding efforts of KickStart Breakfast Club Champions. We asked you to tell us who your champions were and the stories we received were very special, all of whom are champions in our eyes. One of Beatrice’s latest visits this year was to Newfield Park School in Invercargill where together with the school they recognised Keith (Breakfast Club Co-ordinator) and Nikita (Student H...
  • Napier Mail published an article on Beatrice's visit at Tamatea Primary School in October. To read the full article please click on the pdf symbol. Reference: Big brekky. (2010, November 3). Napier Mail, p.15....
  • Protein is essential for growth, so it is a very important nutrient for growing children. Protein can be found in most foods, but the best sources are meat, poultry, fish, eggs, dairy products, pulses (like lentils and dried beans), nuts and seeds. Protein from the diet is broken down during digestion into things called peptides and amino acids. These are used by the body as building blocks for growing and maintaining all tissues - such as muscle, skin, internal organs, tendons, bones and hair. ...
  • The Hawkes Bay Today reports on Beatrice's visit to Tamatea Primary School. To see the full article please click on the pdf symbol.  Reference: Nobes, C. (2010, October 28). Look who dropped in for breakfast. Hawkes Bay Today. Retrieved from http://www.hawkesbaytoday.co.nz...
  • Ever thought of getting your students involved in the Weet-Bix Tryathlon? Well, with the help of the Weet-Bix Tryathlon Foundation we can help you get your students to the start line by subsidising entry fees or by helping provide necessary equipment. Set up in 2007 by Sanitarium staff, the Foundation gives kiwi children the opportunity to take part in and experience the Weet-Bix Tryathlon –  an event that provides Kiwi kids with a long-lasting experience of achievement and success. F...
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