Carshalton Boys Sports College pay tribute to 14-year-old Liam Hardy
A 14-year-old boy has died after he was found hanging at his grandparents' home.
Liam Hardy, a pupil at Carshalton Boys Sports College, was found on Monday, November 19 at their home in Stonecot Hill, Sutton.
London Ambulance Service were called at 9.20pm and he was rushed to hospital.
He died on Tuesday, November 27. Police are not treating his death as suspicious.
The college’s Headteacher Simon Barber described him as a happy and popular boy who will be greatly missed by staff and students alike.
He said: “Liam was a popular boy who was likable, smart and good at sport.
“His loss is felt by everyone at the school and our thoughts are with his family at what must be an incredibly difficult time.
“Our school will do everything we can to support our pupils and staff.
“We would ask others to respect our privacy and that of Liam’s family.”
Mr Barber has written to parents with children at the school.
Counsellors are at the school offering support and guidance to pupils who are affected.
A memorial has been set up at the front of the school to allow people to pay their respects.
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