Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have enrolled their children at a primary school in South West London.

The Hollywood family has been staying in Richmond during the filming of post-apocalyptic zombie horror movie, World War Z in which Pitt plays a United Nations worker collecting stories of survivors.

Filming, which has also taken place in Glasgow, plus Valletta in Malta and in Falmouth in Cornwall, has overrun.

In Glasgow, parts of the city were changed into war-torn ruins as a cast and crew of 1200 people shot scenes in George Square and other locations in the centre.

Fake shop fronts and American cars were brought in to transform Glasgow into Philadelphia while a number of roads in the city centre were closed to traffic.

Since filming began, Pitt and Jolie’s six kids, Maddox, 10, Pax, 7, Zahara, 6, Shiloh, 5, and three-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, have spent the summer in London doing pottery classes, fishing and having trips to the cinema. Yesterday they all went to see The Smurfs film, the Sun reported.

A source told the Sun: "The children are home tutored in the United States. But wherever possible Brad and Angelina like to have them attend local schools to introduce them to the culture of each country."

The film is based Max Brooks' 2006 novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War.