A school in Penrith has released a tribute to their teacher who died at the weekend.
57-year-old Marian Page went missing on Friday 10 January and her body was found at 2pm yesterday on the Castle Currock area.
She had been a teacher at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Penrith.
During her time at the school Mrs Page held numerous positions, including Head of Geography, Head of Environmental Science, Head of Year 7 and Head of Year 8 and, most recently, she was joint Head of Sixth Form.
Head Master, C J Kirkup, said she brought always did "the very best she possibly could" for all her students.
Cumbria Police have confirmed that they have found the body of a missing woman from Southwaite.
57-year-old Marian Page went missing on Friday 10 January.
Her body was found at 2pm yesterday on the Castle Carrock area.
Police are not treating her death as suspicious.
Cumbria Police are appealing for a missing woman to get in touch.
57-year-old Marian Page, from Southwaite, has been missing since Friday 10 January.
Ms Page's car was found in Castle Carrock and police have launched a search in the area.
Police describe her disappearance as being 'out of character' and want her to get in touch with either the police or her family.
Marian is described as approximately 5ft 4in tall, of average build with short dark brown hair.
Anyone with any information about her whereabouts should call Cumbria Police on 101 and ask to speak to the on duty Sergeant at Penrith Police Station, quoting reference CP-20140112-0108.
A man remains in hospital with serious injuries after the lorry he was driving over turned on the back road near Southwaite yesterday afternoon.
Firefighters, the ambulance service and police were called to the scene just before 4pm where the 50-year-old had to be rescued after becoming trapped in his vehicle.
The man, who is from Penrith, was taken to the Cumberland Infirmary with serious injuries, although they are not thought to be life-threatening