Published: 08:17, 15 July 2010
| Updated: 10:22, 15 July 2010
Mick Jagger, Dartford's most famous son, has returned to his old strutting ground.
The rock legend paid a visit to Dartford Grammar School, where he was a pupil, and opened an extension to the arts centre named after him.
The 66-year-old Rolling Stones star, who was born in the town, gave his seal of approval to a massive £900,000 facelift to the Mick Jagger Centre at the West Hill school.
A new foyer and impressive dance studio with glass floor-to-celiing mirrors have been built.
Jagger toured the new facilities with his 42-year-old fashion designer partner L’Wren Scott before watching a performance by pupils.
The last time Jagger visited his home town was in March 2000, when he opened the Mick Jagger Centre.
Audio: Mick Jagger on his memories of school days
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