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A statement by Tondu Primary School: Logan Mwangi

The pupils, teachers, staff and governors at Tondu Primary School were all devastated to learn of the death of Logan Mwangi, and the school community remains shocked and deeply saddened by his loss.

As a friendly, energetic and popular little boy, Logan leaves us with many fond memories. He was a loving, sweet-natured child who was polite and articulate at all times.

Logan was always smiling, and was described in court by his own teachers as having the kind of smile that could light up a classroom. He was a highly inquisitive child who enjoyed his lessons, particularly when using the outdoor classroom where he would have great fun with his friends.

Logan loved playing with his classmates, especially games like hide-and-seek or pretending to be superheroes. His favourite character was always Spiderman, and he would display a keen and vivid imagination in his games.

Ultimately, we remember Logan as being a bright, happy child who was caring and loving, and an absolute pleasure to teach. As a school community, we continue to feel his loss, and to offer support to one another as we look towards the future.

We are also united in our condemnation of the terrible actions of those who ended Logan’s short life in such a cruel and brutal way, and are grateful that they have been held accountable for  their crimes.

Our thoughts remain with Logan.

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