A 95-year-old war veteran was welcomed into a primary school in Cardiff to give pupils a special history lesson.
Ted Owens, who fought on D-day and helped liberate Dunkirk in 1944, spent the day telling the schoolchildren about his time as a soldier in the Second World War.
St. Mary’s Catholic Primary School has forged a special relationship with Ted after he travelled through France and Germany with two pupils, brother and sister Evan and Caoimhe Lewis to make a television programme.
During the television series, Ted and the children visit war graves and battlefields in a trip they described as the “greatest history lesson ever”
Pupils at Evan and Caoimhe’s school were also given the opportunity to hear his war stories first-hand.