Two talented and intelligent students, Harry Towers and Mohammad Habib of St John Fisher Catholic College in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, died during the half-term holidays, and the school administration and family members are mourning over their deaths.
The acting headteacher of St John Fisher Catholic College in Newcastle-under-Lyme proclaimed they the deceased students were much-loved school members. According to a source, Harry Towers was a year 11 student and was a famous pupil because of his wonderful sense of humor, compassion, and caring nature. He died on Saturday, October 30, 2021.
Mohammad Habib died after the funeral of Harry Towers and lost his life on Sunday, October 24, 2021.According to the acting headteacher Garrett Murray, Mohammad was devout in his faith.
He was famous in school for his helping nature and charitable activities.The school community and his friends will deeply miss him as he was one of those few students who were always ready to help others, no matter what the situation was.
The cause of the death of these two talented pupils is not disclosed yet. The school administration has made condolences to the families of both students, and the school administration is in contact with them and has offered their support and help. The peers, teachers, and pastoral staff is deeply saddened at this tremendous loss.
The sudden death of these two students has left a significant impact on the whole school community. The administration is ensuring that support is available in school for anyone who needs it. The loss of a friend is something people hardly accept.
Share this article with your friends and family members and ask them to take good care of the people they love. Life is too short to waste in keeping grudges against friends and family members. Take things easy and live life as happily as you can because you will get only one.
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