The Term 4 Checklist will guide you for the correct end of year processes to ensure your breakfast club is set up for Term 1 2020.
Resources KickStart Breakfast
Our 2019 term planners are available for you to download. We have highlighted some key dates to help you run a smooth KickStart Breakfast club at your school. It provides you with the information on product delivery dates, term updates, our annual awards and much more.
This letter gives your caregivers and parents an understanding of the programme and how they can help and get involved as a ‘Local Hero’ in your KickStart Breakfast Club.
The role of the volunteer is very important to the logistics of setting up the breakfast club each morning. More importantly though, it is about sharing their stories with the new generation of learners.
Please print this letter off and insert into your school newsletter. As they say – “More hands makes light work!”
The student volunteer template is seeking students with exceptional and outstanding drive to lead and support your KickStart Breakfast Club. The KickStart Breakfast student volunteers are our leaders of tomorrow, an unselfish lot who put their peers first and lead by example.
This role is so important to us that we award a $3,000 scholarship to an outstanding Student Champion through the KickStart Breakfast Awards every year!
The location posters in English and Te Reo Māori can be used to indicate to students, teachers and parents what days, time and where your breakfast club takes place. These posters are also a visual encouragement to interest new students and/or parents to get involved in your KickStart Breakfast Club throughout the year.
This guide gives you the information you need to run your breakfast club. It contains helpful tips, our terms and conditions and so much more. No matter if you are new to running a breakfast club or have been part of the programme for a while, you will find answers to most of your questions in this guide.
Recycling is an important part of the KickStart Breakfast programme. To help you with this aspect of the programme, we have developed a Recycling Guide (both in English and Te Reo Māori) to ensure your empty milk packs are recycled and don’t end up in landfill.
We have put together some ‘news bites’ for your school newsletter, website or even Facebook page. These bright and colourful reminders and shout-outs for volunteers are in two formats. Some are ‘ready to go’ whilst others can be edited with text specific to your school and breakfast club.
Our nutrition posters are a great way to brighten up your breakfast club and provide some extra information about what’s inside Anchor™ milk & Sanitarium Weet-Bix™! There are many important nutrients, vitamins and minerals in Weet-Bix™ and milk to help fuel our bodies. Click on the icons below to download, print or share in your school newsletter or website.
Please download our editable KickStart Breakfast superstar certificate to thank your amazing volunteers, students and staff who make your breakfast club possible each day. Remember to add your school and recipient’s details before printing.
What does the Food Act mean for Schools?
Please refer to the leaflet below from the Ministry for Primary Industries website regarding the Food Act in schools.