Liverpool centre-back Mamadou Sakho returned to All Saints Primary School in Anfield on Wednesday to continue his support work, assisting with sports coaching and French lessons.
The defender took part in a French numeracy themed lesson with a group of year six pupils as well a basketball PE session.
His work with the school is part of his ambassadorial role with the club's charity, the Liverpool FC Foundation.
The 23-year-old French international is actively involved in assisting the Foundation community coaches, who deliver football sessions at the school each week, as well as helping pupils with the verbal speaking and reading elements of their French language studies.
Sakho commented: "I really enjoyed my visit today and getting involved in both the basketball and French lessons with the kids.
"As a player of Liverpool Football Club, it's important for me to continue to support young people."
Mark Haig, the Liverpool FC Foundation's head of operations, added: "This is Mamadou's fourth visit to the school now and his input has been fantastic. He really engages with the pupils and his work has such a positive impact on them."