• KickStart Breakfast at Miramar South Primary School Wellington is a well run club, packed full of bright young students sharing their latest school holiday adventures over a nutritious breakfast. Set up and run by a group of dedicated teachers, the club is also supported by student leaders who with the help of a teacher have formed 'The Health Squad'. Principal Jeanette De La Mare is proud of the young students who regularly get together to discus opportunities to improve their school en...
  • The student helpers at May Road Primary raced into their KickStart breakfast club, threw down their bags and started to help Breakfast Club Co-ordinator Christine Morey set up the tables. The students come in early most mornings to get things set up in preparation for their fellow students who arrive later as part of the walking school bus. Parents, teachers and students alike were delighted to meet Beatrice and have their breakfasts served up by a gold medal winning athlete. Beatrice or ‘...
  • Earlier this year the KickStart Breakfast team challenged all KickStart schools across New Zealand to make a TV advertisement, the winners have been announced and the prizes presented much to the delight of the students and the schools. The KickStart team, supported by Mega Bull, visited both schools to present in the prizes in front of the whole school assembly, the school receiving a Sony Handicam and digital camera, $600 of supermarket vouchers for the breakfast club, iPods and goodie bags fo...
  • The KickStart Breakfast team recently visited Auckland’s Selwyn College to present prizes to the winners of the Make a TV Ad competition, in front of the entire school assembly of 700 students. With Mega Bull perched on stage with the KickStart Breakfast team behind him, School Principal Sheryll Ofner congratulated the winners on taking out the nation-wide competition. Media Studies teacher Lawrence Mikkelsen, who supervised the Making a TV Ad competition, said he was proud of the four stu...
  • Beatrice’s new role was announced on Wednesday 25th November at her old school Wesley Intermediate in Auckland’s Mount Roskill, where Fonterra CEO Andrew Ferrier and Sanitarium General Manager Pierre van Heerden welcomed her to the programme. Beatrice is looking forward to engaging with the students and talking about the benefits of eating a nutritious breakfast “KickStart Breakfast is about looking after the next generation of Kiwi’s – teaching them about nutrition...
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