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Monday, 28 April 2014
BY FLORA LYIMO ~BREAKING NEWS'' MWALIM AULIWA NA MWANAFUNZI WAKE DARASANI MBELE ZA WANAFUNZI AKIFUNDISHA'' HUWEZI AMINI IT HAPPEN IN HERE IN UK '''SO SAD''
Stabbed: Ann Maguire, 61, was pronounced dead at a hospital after attempts to save her life failed''
A 15-year-old boy was being questioned by police today after allegedly stabbing his ‘caring and kind’ teacher Ann Maguire to death in front of her pupils.
The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was held after Mrs Maguire was repeatedly stabbed in the neck in front of a class of teenagers at the Corpus Christie Catholic College school in Leeds.
Tributes were led by the Prime Minister to ‘devoted’ Spanish and RE teacher Mrs Maguire - whose murder is believed to be the first time a teacher has been killed in a British classroom.
Some pupils at the school today said the boy who allegedly stabbed the teacher was ‘strange’ and ‘depressed’.
Death: Spanish teacher Mrs Maguire was taken to hospital for treatment but subsequently pronounced dead''
Respected: Pupils took to Twitter to describe Mrs Maguire as 'great', an 'inspirational woman' and 'lovely'. One said: 'You were such a caring, funny and hardworking teacher. You'll certainly be missed'
Pupil Jacob Hill, 16, from Leeds, said: 'He had gone through stages of depression and used to be on anti-depressants.'
16-year-old Matthew Calvert, also of Leeds, was in many of the same lessons as the alleged attacker and described him as 'strange'.
Officers were called just before midday by the ambulance service who were attending a report of a member of staff having been stabbed.
The incident was reported by students at the scene who also witnessed the offence. Pupils remained at the school this afternoon as police said it 'continued to operate as normal'.
Mrs Maguire was taken to hospital for treatment but was subsequently pronounced dead. A 15-year-old male pupil was arrested in connection with the incident and is in custody.
Police on scene: The fatal stabbing took place at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds, West Yorkshire'
A nun comforts a former pupil in Corpus Christi Catholic Church - which is adjacent to the college
A nun speaks with pupils and other who knew the 'devoted' teacher outside the school gates''
Two nuns talk next to scores of floral tributes left to the teacher' AND MBONA KAMA ANACHEKA JAMANI? AU NI MACHO YANU''MBUTA NANGA''
There are nearly 1,000 pupils aged between 11 and 16, and 62 teachers are listed as working there - as well as various academic support staff.
Pupils took to Twitter to describe Mrs Maguire as 'great', an 'inspirational woman' and 'lovely'. One said: 'You were such a caring, funny and hardworking teacher. You'll certainly be missed.'
Pupils began leaving flowers at the school gate, with the message attached to the first bunch reading: 'To a special teacher. We was all sad about it. I will never forget you.'
Kerrianne Ayward, 17, said: ‘She was just lovely. She was helpful and caring and you could have a laugh with her. She was always there for you, even if she didn't know you very well.'
Kerrianne, who left the school two years ago, said: ‘She's been my referee for everything, college, everything. There's no one else you would go to who's better. She was the heart of the school.’
Another former pupil, Peter Masefield, 18, said: ‘I just can't understand why her. Of all people. She was the school's figurehead.’
The local community attend Corpus Christi Catholic Church to pay their respects to Mrs Maguire''
Memory: Flower tributes had been left outside the school today, pictured, with one card from a pupil reading: 'A special teacher. We was all sad about it. RIP I will never forget you'
Respect: Another tribute from several pupils at the school said: 'Thanks for everything Mrs Maguire'
Emotional day: Pupils were comforted by adults outside the school gates following the incident today''
Laying flowers, former pupil Aine Arnold, 17, said: 'It's more like losing a family member than losing a teacher.
'As long as we were happy, she was happy. She would do anything for you.
'She helped me personally a lot. She's going to be such a loss to the school.
'Hers were one of those lessons you didn't want to miss.
'She was just lovely. She was wonderful. I am devastated.'
Writing on the website RateMyTeachers.com, one former pupil said: 'She's like the school's own mother! Can be very strict but if you're nice to her she will always be there for you, a great woman!'
Talking: A man speaks to two policemen at the gates of the school, which has almost 1,000 pupils''
'Remembered': Another tribute left with a bunch of flowers which reads: 'A wonderful woman and teacher'
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