Hollywood star, Johnny Depp, made a surprise visit to a Greenwich school this week.
The actor, who is currently shooting the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie in Greenwich, turned up at Meridian Primary School in Old Woolwich Road.
Accompanied by a motley crew of pirates, Depp, who plays Captain Jack Sparrow in the movie, remained in character throughout the visit.
His visit was prompted by a letter from year 5 student, Bea Delap, asking for assistance with a mutiny. The star's advice for the the young mutineers, who gathered for a special assembly, was that they remember to brush their teeth.
Filming for "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides", which also stars Penelope Cruz, Geoffrey Rush and Ian McShane, has been taking place at a large set at the Old Royal Naval College.
The unexpected visit to the local primary school drew media attention from around the world.