A dog has been brought in to help children with their school work.
Bryn, an 18-week-old cockapoo, belongs to school secretary Sally Tinsley, of St Edward’s Primary, Sheerness.
He joined youngsters on the first week back after the summer break.
VIDEO: Bryn has become a firm favourite with pupils
Head teacher Hayley Liddon said: “This is the second week he’s been with us.
“He’s been good at teaching the children how to take responsibility for an animal.
“They’re all keen to impress him.”
Talking to Bryn gives children a way to vent their feelings if they don’t want to talk to a staff member.
Mrs Liddon said: “I think he’s already added a different dimension to school and they really value him.”