ACADEMIC empowerment and youth celebration have been the main ingredients for Pizza Hut’s school treats over the past few weeks.
As students finalised their Primary Exit Profile exams (PEP), the Pizza Hut team visited several institutions to donate meal vouchers and treat students to pizza slices.
“We know the exam period can be an anxious and stressful time for our youths, so we wanted to especially treat our PEP students, not only to motivate them further to do well and stay focused but to celebrate all their hard work throughout the school year,” said Pizza Hut’s Marketing Officer Levene Sheriff.
The Pizza Hut team visited Trafalgar Christian Preparatory, Angels Primary School, Emmanuel Christian Academy, and Rousseau Primary to treat and engage with eager students and teachers.
Vice-principal of Trafalgar Christian Preparatory, Clapatrick Harvery, shared her gratitude to the team for consistently celebrating her students.
Trafalgar Christian Preparatory is one of the many institutions participating in the Pizza Hut School Programme.
“Our school has been a part of the Pizza Hut programme for quite some time now. My students love Pizza Hut’s pizzas and it’s always a treat for them. So, it was a fantastic treat when the team decided to help us surprise them after their exam. After seeing how hard they prepared for the PEP exams, I had high expectations for all my children, so I’m thrilled the team decided to partner with us again. Thank you so much, Pizza Hut,” added Harvey.
Partnering with Pizza Hut for the first time, vice-principal of Angels Primary School, Brenda McGaw, said that the children were overjoyed by the visit and hoped to continue partnering with the company.
“Pizza Hut’s visit just overjoyed us because we usually don’t get chosen for treats, and I must say, our students loved it. The day after the treat, they still discussed how exciting it was. Coming out of the pandemic, we had to work even harder and motivate them to prepare for their exams. So, Pizza Hut’s partnership was definitely the treat they needed.
“I am happy the team and I got to partner with these schools to meet and treat so many of their students. We have so much more in store for the rest of the year, and we can’t wait to do more,” said Sheriff.