• 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...
  • KickStart Breakfast has just won a leading New Zealand sustainability award, topping off a great first year for the programme. Fairfax Media Business Group and PricewaterhouseCoopers created the Sustainable 60 awards to recognise organisations making progress on sustainability. KickStart Breakfast won the Community category that highlights initiatives that make a positive difference in society. KickStart Breakfast Team Leaders, Kate and Mark say it is fantastic that the programme has received th...
  • Leading food companies Fonterra and Sanitarium today welcomed the 300th school into the KickStart Breakfast programme, their innovative partnership with schools and communities to ensure more New Zealand children get a healthy start to the school day with a nutritious breakfast. The 300th school to join the programme is Lincoln Heights School in Massey, Waitakere which marked the milestone with a special breakfast for the 40 young students in its Wednesday breakfast club with Fonterra Special Ad...
  • As KickStart Breakfast clocks up six months since launching, the programme is now working with close to 300 schools and their breakfast clubs across New Zealand. Strathmore School in Tokoroa has been on board with the programme since term two on this year (2009). Strathmore breakfast club co-ordinator, Miss Ifi Hasini viewed the opportunity to get the KickStart Breakfast programme happening in their school earlier this year as extremely good timing. “Teachers were concerned at the alarming...
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