We have the school's own film of Gary Barlow's visit to Lobley Hill Primary School in Gateshead earlier today.
He has a fantastic way of engaging with pupils and staff. See it here:
Here are some of the pictures of Gary Barlow's surprise visit to Lobley Hill Primary School - followiing a succesful online campaign to get him there.
Teachers Nicola Burton and Catherine White wanted Gary Barlow to make an appearance as they prepare to leave the school.
Although it only went live on Monday, a #GetGarytoLobley online campaign attracted plenty of attention - not least from the singer himself.
A campaign to get Take That star Gary Barlow to a school in Gateshead has succeeded - with the singer helping to bid a special farewell to two teachers.
Lobley Hill Primary School teachers Nicola Burton and Catherine White wanted Gary Barlow to make an appearance as they prepare to leave the school.
The teachers had organised school trips to Take That concerts since they started 13 and 8 years ago.
Although it only went live on Monday, a #GetGarytoLobley online campaign attracted plenty of attention on both facebook and twitter.
And this lunchtime the singer made it the 'Greatest Day' for staff and pupils.
Take That have confirmed that they will head out on tour in 2015. They last toured four years ago with Progress Live. The act is now down to three members. Mark Owen, Gary Barlow and Howard Donald will be taking to the Metro Radio Arena stage on the 18th and 19th May.
A woman was serenaded by Gary Barlow in front of 10,000 fans after telling him she had named her baby son after him.
Claire Douglas was selected from the crowd in Newcastle and allowed up on stage after the singer spotted her banner, which read: 'I love you that much my baby son is called Barlow!'
Her son is called William Robert Barlow Jamie Douglas.
Gary Barlow has given his support to a Sunderland school by recommending their version of his Jubilee anthem 'Sing' on Twitter.
The Take That star tweeted: "Love this - St. Mary's Primary School, Sunderland singing" and posted a link to a YouTube clip of pupils singing at the school in Thornholme.
The video has had over 5,600 hits since it was posted on May 31.
Barlow co-created the song with Andrew Lloyd-Webber for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. It was released on May 28.