Left-back Charles Dunne paid a surprise visit to his number one fan Oscar Collings last Thursday.
Charles then handed out goody bags containing Wanderers scarves, matchday programmes, stickers and posters to all the year 2 students.
The 20-year-old politely gate-crashed the last lesson of the afternoon and held a Q&A session in the classroom, which was chaired by headteacher Sandy McClelland, before heading out on to the playground for a skills demonstration and kick-about with the students.
Dunne was invited to attend Oscar’s school - Holmer Green First - by his home shirt sponsors Ollie Olsen Ltd, which is run by the six-year-old's parents Matt and Pauline Collings.
He said: "It was great fun, I really enjoyed it. It was a bit scary being tackled by 30 kids but it was a great experience!"
Ollie Olsen Ltd, the parent company of the Umff, is a High-Wycombe based company formed in 2012. The Umff launched at last week’s Wycombe Business Expo and provides an innovative solution to the £100 million problem of poorly installed and maintained construction site signage. The Umff was a finalist in this year’s Plastics Industry Awards and is currently in use on the iconic Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport.