As Boris Johnson faces some tough questions amid partygate, a former Prime Minister has been quizzed by school pupils.
David Cameron visited King’s in Rochester to give a talk and take part in a Q&A session with children and staff.
The school said Mr Cameron was an extremely engaging speaker, sharing with pupils some of the highs and lows of leading the country and the lessons that can be learned from his experiences.
Principal Ben Charles said: “We were delighted to have the opportunity to welcome the former Prime Minister, Mr David Cameron to King’s on Tuesday.
"Mr Cameron provided significant insight into the challenges of leadership in a very honest and open manner giving our pupils a greater understanding of what it takes to have the 'top job'.
"We are hugely grateful to Peter, Lord Chadlington, a former pupil of King's, who worked in collaboration with us to host this important occasion in the life of the school.”
Aidon, one of the school's sixth formers, said: "Meeting David Cameron was invigorating. It was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that truly did not disappoint.
"His approachable manner meant that even the most daring questions we all had in mind could be voiced and answered."
The session began a new series of Chadlington Lectures at King’s, where high-profile speakers from a variety of backgrounds come to share their life experiences and career choices.