Friends of a teenage girl found dead at a school last week have gathered to pay tribute to her.
A minute's silence was held in memory of 16-year-old Dagmara Przybysz, while friends released red balloons.
Around two hundred students joined the ceremony in Redruth to remember Dagmara, who was keen on fashion and photography.
The teen had complained to friends in the past about racism and bullying, since moving to the county from Poland eight years ago.
Friends said only hours before her death she had been planning her future - she said she wanted to do photography at college, before going on to study it at a higher level at university.
She then planned to start her own photography business in London.
There was a minute's silence before balloons were released, many of them red in memory of the scarf she often wore.
Police were called to Pool Academy in Cornwall on Tuesday afternoon where the teen was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police are continuing to investigate, but are not treating her death as suspicious.
More messages have been posted on a tribute page on Facebook, along with an appeal - where friends are trying to raise around £2,000 to help with the cost of the funeral.
No date has been set yet for an inquest.