Pier supports King Alfred School's search for local heroes
King Alfred School has joined forces with Weston's Grand Pier to
give something back to students who have gone above and beyond,
either in the school or the community.
King Alfred School in Highbridge wants to highlight its own local
heroes who will be rewarded with a day of unlimited free rides on
the Grand Pier.
teachers, staff, parents and members of the community are being
invited to nominate students who they feel are worthy of recognition.
could be for something they have done in school, at home, or in
they have gone above and beyond by helping someone else out, possibly
supporting a fellow student in some way, or proving to be a good
friend to someone inside or outside of school.
may have raised money for a local charity, or given time and effort
to assisting in a community project or other worthy cause.
they have overcome their own adversity to achieve academic or sporting
success, or dedicate time to caring for a younger or older relative,
or in some other way set a positive example which can inspire other
anyone can nominate a student as part of the new scheme.
Grand Pier is providing ten unlimited ride wristbands every half-term
for the students judged to be The King Alfred School's local heroes.
Michael, co-owner of the Grand Pier, said: "It's a pleasure
to be able to provide a reward for deserving young people, many
of whom may well be 'unsung heroes' until now."
Grand Pier is all about making memories, having good times, and
fun, and its rewarding for us to be able to help young people have
a great day out in recognition for their positive achievements."
Alfred School Principal Nathan Jenkins said: "In launching
the Heroes scheme, our main aim is to bring the school and local
community together as one, to highlight and celebrate our local
Grand Pier has been incredibly generous in providing us with the
prizes for our heroes, and we are very grateful for their support
in recognising our students. I'm sure our winners will make good
use of their wristbands, and have a great time visiting the Grand
anyone is interested in nominating someone as a local hero, they
should send an email to email@example.com
half term, students who have been nominated, together with their
parents/carers, will be invited to a celebratory gathering where
the winners will be announced and will be presented with their wristbands.