A school in Hornsey rolled out the red carpet when one of the Atomic Kittens dropped by.

Pop star Natasha Hamilton visited Rokesly Infant School, in Hermiston Avenue, to teach children about road safety.

She teamed up with the character Belt from the children’s film The Croods to mark Belt Up Week.

The school was one of only five schools from across the country to be recognised for its contribution to road safety over the years.

Mrs Hamilton is a staunch supporter of road safety after having been hit by a car and badly injured when she was three years old.

The 31-year-old spoke to children about staying safe during the dark winter months.

She said: “As a mother of three young children, I’m thrilled to be supporting Belt Up Week and helping kids learn about the importance of wearing seat belts and being careful on the roads on the way to and from school.”

“I was hit by a car at the age of three and was very lucky to get away with a bad leg injury and dislocated ankle.”

Belt Up Week is new partnership between national road safety charity Brake and the DreamWorks animation film The Croods, which is out now on DVD.