Speaking on behalf of the school, John Entwhistle, acting Headteacher said "She / He was generally unremarkable, had no particular aptitude for sport, academic study or voluntary work." Speaking without notes, in a voice untroubled by any visible emotion, Mr Entwhistle went on to say "To be honest, most of the staff and other pupils didn't know who she /he was. But even those who did recognise the name at assembly this morning have not been in the least bit upset. The lack of any flowers at the school gate says it all really. Even in death she/he couldn't be of benefit to others - such as 'Interflora' local Radio station reporters or the bereavement counselling community."
Any coments? Has this been done? Or is it just that I've thought about it before?