Kidman Kafé

Our school canteen offers a wide variety of healthy snacks and lunch options for our students.

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The Kidman Kafé offers an online ordering service through the free smartphone or tablet App, Qkr!™. Orders may also be made using your PC/laptop at Kidman Kafé Qkr!™ Search for Kapunda High School and register. Follow the prompts to begin ordering your recess and lunch online.

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The advantages of ordering online are:

  • Fast, convenient payments from a secure mobile app, anywhere and any time.
  • Lunch orders can be copied from one week to the next to save time.
  • Payments direct from credit or debit card. 
  • Transaction tracking is easy with online receipts.

Qkr!™ orders may be made in the morning before 8:30am or evening before - even a week in advance, as a two week menu will be listed. Daily and weekly specials will vary each week. 

For those who don't have a mobile device or online access, cash and EFT sales will still be available. These orders must be made before 9:00am.

As there is limited stock available, particularly specials, hot foods, sandwiches and salads, for 'over the counter' sales  - avoid disappointment and order beforehand. 

Our canteen will cater for special dietry requirements and Qkr!™ shows various dietary options, such as gluten free.


No NUTS, please!

Our canteen does not stock nut products, though care should be taken to check food packaging as some products may contain traces of nuts.


Volunteers play an important role in our school canteen being able to offer a wide variety of healthy food to our students and staff at recess and lunch times. Volunteers are encouraged to come and help in our canteen - even for an hour. Assistance during the peak preparation times, between 10:00am and 2:00pm would be most valued and appreciated. And of course, a regular commitment would enable Canteen Manager, Sam, to better plan the menu in advance.

What hoops do I need to jump through?

Yes, there is some paperwork and some legal requirements such as completing the online Responding to Abuse and Neglect (RAN-EC) course and having a Working With Children Check (WWCC). KHS Business Manager, Mrs Meagan Menzel, can assist with beginning the process of applying for the WWCC, which is free to our volunteers. There will also be a general induction with the Department for Education and we will share other important information before you begin.

School volunteers must also show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination.

Call the school and ask to speak to Sam at the canteen if you'd like to learn more about the kind of help our canteen requires, or if you're keen to begin, please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Kaye Clancy, by email: or by phoning the school.