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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

School Shuts Down As Student Is Found Dead On Its Premises

A school in Edinburgh, Kaimes School, was forced to close after a 17-year-old teenage pupil was found dead on its premises. 

 According to The Sun, students had been sent home after midday on Tuesday following the tragic incident and investigation has now been launched. 

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 The school, which caters for those with complex needs on the autism spectrum, remained closed today and is not expected to reopen this week. 

 It was learnt that the police and ambulance crews rushed to the incident in the Liberton area of the city following a series of emergency calls from teachers. 

However, the 17-year-old pupil was treated by paramedics, but was later pronounced dead at the scene. 

 Police Scotland confirmed there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the deceased’s passing, but said officers were following several lines of enquiry. 

 A spokesperson added that: 

 “Around 11:30am on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, police responded to a concern for a person call at a school on Lasswade Road, Edinburgh.

 “Medical assistance was provided by paramedics to a 17-year-old boy, however, he died at the scene.

 “There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.” 

 Executive director of education and children’s services at the City of Edinburgh Council, Amanda Hatton expressed sadness over the development, stating that support is now being offered to pupils affected by the incident. 

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 “I am absolutely saddened to hear this tragic news and my immediate thoughts are with the family. My heartfelt sympathies go out to the school community and everyone who has been affected. 

Support is being offered to any pupils or staff who may require it,” Hatton said.

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