Eat your results! GCSE students receiving their grades can get FREE meals today at high street chains including Nando’s and Frankie & Benny’s
- Frankie & Benny’s and Nando’s offer free food for GCSE students
- Nando’s is offering a free starter or quarter chicken to students with their results
- Las Iguanas is giving away three free churros to students who show a letter of results
Pupils across the country receive their GCSE results today, but regardless of how they fare, some restaurants will celebrate the end of years of struggle by offering them free food.
From free churros at Las Iguanas to chicken from Nando’s, FEMAIL has the definitive guide you’ll need when choosing where to eat after you’ve got your results.
After receiving their grades, many students’ minds will turn to how to celebrate or mourn their results.
Nando’s is offering UK students a free quarter chicken or starter, although you need to spend at least £7 to qualify for the deal
What free food is available for GCSE students receiving their results today?
Nando’s: Offering UK students a free quarter chicken or starter, although you need to spend at least £7 to qualify for the deal
Las Iguanas: Three chocolate churros or dulce de leche dip for GCSE students today.
All students need to do is show their ID and results – you don’t need to buy anything else!
Frankie & Benny’s: The Italian-American-style chain lets students get a free pizza when they buy a soft drink.
If they’re dining, they can have a 10-inch Margherita pizza with San Francisco-style sourdough (original or vegan) anytime from lunch.
Gordon Ramsay’s Street Pizza in Southwark: Free pizza for GCSE students all day.
Upham Inns: Only a few of their pubs offer this offer, so it’s best to call ahead and check.
Their GCSE results day deal is a free meal for anyone with a results slip.
The only requirement is that you dine at a table of four or more.
Emotional scenes are already being played out in schools across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Students hug and congratulate each other or are simply relieved that the long wait for their grades is over.
Celebrities gave their students support this morning, reminding them that results aren’t the end of the world.
TV presenter and author Ferne Britton said: “I hope you’re having a good day. I think of all the GCSE students getting their results.
Frankie & Benny’s is giving students a chance to get a free pizza when they buy a soft drink
GCSE grades are expected to fall by a record amount this year after two years of teacher assessment.
Grade inflation is already reversing after grades jumped during the pandemic due to canceled exams and teachers deciding grades. Those who fail to get a 4 in maths or English must resit by the age of 18.
Last year, the proportion of GCSE entries with top grades jumped to an all-time high after exams were canceled for the second year in a row due to Covid-19 and students were instead given results determined by their teachers.
Students are already hugging and congratulating each other or just relieved that the long wait for their grades is over