Dorset-based rapper Isaiah Dreads has revisited his old school as part of its music week.

Isaiah attended Frome Valley School until he was eight-years-old and was taught by Mrs Ashby, who still teaches at the school, and remembers Isaiah's talent for rapping even at that young age.

Pupils at the Crossways school spent a whole week off their 'normal' timetable focusing on different aspects of music, including listening to music from around the UK, taking part in African dance and playing and making different instruments.

The highlight of the week was having Isaiah return to the school he attended to talk about his music.

He demonstrated some of his raps, played one of his music videos and taught the children how to create their own raps.

This inspired many of the children to have a go for themselves and some even performed them in a talent show at the end of the week. 

Isaiah Dreads has had more than 12 million streams on Spotify, has performed at various festivals, including Glastonbury and Boardmasters and has his headline tour coming up next month, with shows in London, Manchester, Newcastle and Bristol.

Earlier this year the rapper announced his first UK headline tour. He will be calling at venues in London, Bristol, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow between November 23 to December 3.