Gloucestershire teenager tribute

The headteacher of the school attended by girl who died in a Gloucestershire park has paid tribute to the teenager. Jasmine Clarkson was pronounced dead at the scene after emergency services were called to St Michael's Park in Cirencester yesterday.

School remembers Jasmine Clarkson

A fourteen year old girl who was found dead in a park in Cirencester will be remembered by her school friends today.

Jasmine Clarkson was found dead at St Michael's Park on Watermoor Road in Cirencester on Thursday.

Cirencester Kingshill School is opening up its memorial garden for pupils to pay their respects and console each other.

Park death is not being treated as suspsicious

St Michael's Park, Cirencester Credit: ITV News West Country

The headteacher of the school attended by a girl who died in a Gloucestershire park has paid tribute to her.

14 year old Jasmine Clarkson was found dead at St Michael's Park in Cirencester yesterday afternoon.

The headteacher of Kingshill School said Jasmine was a lovely girl who was well liked by her friends. Police say Her death is not being treated as suspicious.

She was hard working and had a very good relationship with her teachers.

Kingshill School, Cirencester where Jasmine Clarkson was a pupil Credit: ITV News West Country

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Headteacher pays tribute to girl who died in park

The headteacher of the school attended by girl who died in a Gloucestershire park has paid tribute to the teenager.

Jasmine Clarkson was pronounced dead at the scene after emergency services were called to St Michael's Park in Cirencester yesterday.

Police say they're not treating the death as suspicious.

Jasmine was a lovely girl who was well liked by her friends. She was hard working and had a very good relationship with her teachers. The whole school community is upset by the news. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family at this sad time. Jasmine will be sorely missed at Kingshill School.

– Christine Oates, Headteacher