12:10PM, Thursday 08 August 2013
The headteacher at stabbing victim Seán Noctor's old school has said that the school is devastated by his death.
Seán, 24, who was fatally stabbed while walking home to Dedworth in the early hours of Sunday morning on July 28, attended St Bernard’s Catholic Grammar School in Langley Road, Langley for seven years.
In a statement this week headteacher John McAteer said: "He was a fine young man who was popular with students and staff alike.
"During his time at St Bernard’s Seán was a peer mentor to younger students and was also a valued member of the school football team.
"Seán was a well-liked, fun loving individual with a cheerful disposition. Our thoughts, love and prayers are with the Noctor family at this very sad time."
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