Gordon Ramsay offers A-level students FREE ‘bottomless pizza’ at his Street Pizza restaurants to say ‘well done’ when they get through a ‘tough year’
- Gordon Ramsay, 53, has offered A-level students free pizza on the day of the results
- TV chef told how he ‘could only have dreamed of reaching an A level’
- Congratulated the students and said ‘no one will judge them’ on results
Gordon Ramsay offered students free “ bottomless pizza ” from his Street Pizza restaurant chain on results day – before revealing he could have only dreamed of reaching an A level.
The TV chef, 53, who currently resides in the Cornish home he shares with wife Tana, 45, and his five children between the ages of one and 22 Instagram to say that he wants to reward all students for their hard work – regardless of the exam results they get.
In the short video filmed in his garden, he explains, “I could only have dreamed of an A level, so I want to congratulate you.”
It’s been one of the hardest, most awkward years, so whatever you get tomorrow, consider it positive. No one will judge you on what you will get tomorrow. ‘
Gordon Ramsay (pictured), 53, has taken to Instagram to offer A-Level students free pizza on results day
The TV chef (pictured) filmed a short clip from his garden, telling how he ‘could only have dreamed of achieving an A level’
He urged A Level students to go to his Street Pizza chain – which has two branches in London (photo)
Next to the video, the caption read: ‘Students… Big day tomorrow A Level #ResultsDay !!
‘If you get your results tomorrow, head over to @gordonramsaystreetpizza for bottomless pizza from us!’
And many quickly took to the comments section to praise the celebrity chef for his kind gesture – with one even calling him a “ legend. ”
“This is so sweet of you Gordon!” wrote one, while a second wrote, “Unbelievable! Congratulations, the results are in! ‘
Many took to the comments section to praise the chef’s generosity, with one writing, ‘You’re a good man Gordon’ (pictured)
A third enthused: “You’re a good man Gordon,” while a fourth added, “What a beautiful thing to do.”
Street Pizza has two locations in London, both of which are already participating in the government’s Eat Out To Help Out program, which will run in August.
The government announced late on Tuesday that students in England will have the ‘safety net’ to use mock exam results as a basis for a profession if they exceed the calculated grade.
It came hours after the Scottish Education Secretary announced that moderated calculated grades would be dropped following a protest after more than 124,000 results were downgraded.