It’s not every day that famed artist Banksy sneaks into your school and sprays graffiti all over the walls, but students at one U.K. elementary school were awarded with just that.
Prior to the art attack, students at Bride Farm Primary School in Bristol, U.K., voted to name one of their school houses (think houses in Hogwarts) after their local hero Banksy. They then shared the good news with the street artist and, well, it looks like the Banks’ was quite pleased.
“We weren’t expecting this kind of response really…it was a shock, I have to admit, this morning when we suddenly found on our wall this lovely mural,” said the school’s head teacher Geoff Mason, speaking to the Associated Press in the video above. “It was lovely that he responded to the children’s letter and we’re thrilled that he’s actually paid us a visit and left us a beautiful mural.”
All 500 of the school’s student have had a chance to get a first hand look at the mural, which depicts a young, adorable stick figure of a child rolling an inflamed tire away from what looks like a tiny school. Mason plans on preserving the artwork by installing an overlay so that the kiddos can add their own mark to the piece. Super cute, right?