An inquest into the death of a nine year-old boy who was found hanged at his home in Erdington, Birmingham, has found that he died accidentally.
Aaron Dugmore was discovered with an electrical extension lead around his neck.
Birmingham coroner Louise Hunt described his death as an "absolute tragedy" as she praised the family's efforts to save him.
The inquest heard how Aaron, who had learning difficulties, died at Birmingham Children's Hospital a day after being found hanging from a ligature by a family member on 12 February 2013.
His relatives have previously claimed he was being bullied at Redingote Hall Primary School. Mrs Hunt was told a number of incidents at the school had been dealt with appropriately and proportionately and that a police inquiry had found no evidence of systematic bullying.
Mrs Hunt also said she believed a boy of such a young age would not appreciate the consequences of his actions.
Kelly Dugmore, Aaron's mother, told the hearing he had not been happy at school but never mentioned anything which gave her concern he might want to hurt himself.
In his evidence to the inquest, Detective Inspector Richard Scott said officers took four statements from people connected to Aaron's school and found no suspicious circumstances.
A post-mortem examination found Aaron died from a brain injury.
The family left the inquest today without making any comment.