Garden to remember tragic Tyler
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.”