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Daniel Clarke was a clever and creative 14-year-old boy from Reigate in Surrey who last year, to the shock of his friends and family, took his own life.
Daniel's family knew he was going through a tough time but never thought he would attempt suicide.
Each year more than 200 schoolchildren are lost to suicide and it's hoped a new education pack for teachers could help change that. Schools are being encouraged to download the pack for free.
It's a simple document but it's hoped it will give teachers confidence in helping their pupils.
The message - tackle the stigma - and don't be afraid to talk about suicide for the sake of children like Daniel.
To download the new education pack for teachers, click here
Help and advice from charity PAPYRUS, Prevention of Young Suicide
What children and young people are talking to Childline about
Advice and support from children's charity, NSPCC