Tributes to Bradford on Avon pupil Harvey Johns
A 16-year-old pupil at St Laurence School in Bradford on Avon has died.
Harvey Johns was described as a polite and considerate student by teachers.
Fellow pupils were told of his death during an assembly on Tuesday, and counsellors were at the school talking to children that day.
The teenager's friends have set up a Facebook page in memory of him, and pupils came to school dressed in red and black as a tribute.
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Head teacher James Colquhoun said: "Harvey was well known and liked by staff and his circle of friends.
"He was a polite, considerate and conscientious student who had an ambition to work in carpentry and joinery.
"He had a strong sense of his own independence and was working with others over the choices he had as a young man."
The Facebook group called RIP Harvey Johns has more than 800 likes so far, and tributes have been posted by friends.
One said: "We're all thinking of you buddy, looking up to the heavens... R.I.P you will be missed."
Another friend said: "Harvey, you may not have realised it, but I have always respected you. I know that you have impacted many people through your short life, and my thoughts are with your friends and family."