Gar­den to re­mem­ber tragic Tyler

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&world Update -

THE head­teacher of the Peter­bor­ough school where Tyler was a pupil has vowed that the young­ster will not be for­got­ten.

Steve Gash, head­teacher of Pas­ton Rid­ings Pri­mary School, said a me­mo­rial gar­den would be cre­ated to be an ev­er­last­ing trib­ute to Tyler.

He said: “Pupils and staff were deeply sad­dened by Tyler’s death and it has been a dif­fi­cult year for the chil­dren who were his friends and the staff who worked closely with him.

“They and ev­ery­one else at the school would like there to be a per­ma­nent re­minder of Tyler. Af­ter much thought, we have de­cided to cre­ate a me­mo­rial gar­den at the front of the school.

“Planted will be sev­eral hun­dred daf­fodil bulbs, which will bloom each spring and re­mind us of Tyler.

“Although Tyler was a pupil at the school for only a short time, he set­tled in well and was mak­ing steady progress.

“He was a very so­cia­ble lit­tle boy and had lots of friends and his lively sense of hu­mour en­deared him to chil­dren and adults alike.

“We all miss Tyler and we want to make sure he is never for­got­ten.”

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