Our Vision...

is to assist the Principals in low decile schools to remove any obstacles that restrict the students in fully participating in the school curriculum.

What do we do?

“Now our students have such a sense of belonging and pride and are achieving so much more than we ever thought possible.”

 

Jono Hendricks, Principal, Glen Innes School

What do we do?

While the title would suggest we just provide cereal and toast for hungry kids, Breakfast Club is so much more than that.

Who are we?

Breakfast Club was founded by Steve Farrelly, an ex police officer with a soft spot for cheeky, hungry kids. 

What people say

As we have grown different people have noticed what we are doing and started writing some pretty cool things about us.

Want to help?

If you think you can help our children in some way then please let us know here. If you would simply like to donate then you can do so here.

Thank you 🙂

News Snippets

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Dan Carter

Dan Carter

On 30th April Barfoot & Thompson invited 10 students at Glen Innes School to be part of the ‘Beat Dan Carter’ event at Eden Park. The concept was that Dan Carter would kick goals for 60 minutes and set a standard that others would try and beat with funds going to...

Peter Gordon

Peter Gordon

When Peter Gordon first started his Cooking School, Breakfast Club were invited to bring students from Glen Innes, Glen Taylor and St Kentigern College to attend, and they were taught how to create a pasta dish. When I heard that this Cooking Class was to close and...

CEO Day

CEO Day

In 2023 we held our inaugural CEO event where we invited 20 of our Supporters to a training day with Kevin Roberts, former world wide CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi at a luxury boat pontoon (R Marine Flagship – home of Riviera Boats). This event was so successful we...

Rolls Royce

Rolls Royce

Glen Innes School each year holds a competition with the student to see who is the best at writing stories. The prize this year for the two winners was to be uplifted in a luxury car and transported into the City and then to their homes in Glen Innes. The children had...

Hot Cross Buns from St Kentigern Girls School

Hot Cross Buns from St Kentigern Girls School

On the 29th March we received a phone call from St Kentigern Girls School to say the wanted to donate 200 packets of hot cross buns to say thank you to the Police in their area.   Along with Sergeant Blocker from Glen Innes Police we went to he Girls School,...

Literacy #1

Literacy #1

On the 27th March Glen Innes School ran a Literacy Training day at their school and invited teachers from all of the Schools in the area. A recent study conducted in the area suggested that when children start school at 5 years of age, some have a learning age between...

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