Teacher at Notting Hill college discovered useless ‘at scene of nativity play’ | EUROtoday
A instructor at considered one of London’s most prestigious faculties has been discovered useless at a church, reportedly the place the varsity’s nativity play was happening.
The 52-year-old worker of Pembridge Hall School in Notting Hill, which prices £8,735-a-term to atend, was found by clergymen on the close by St Matthew’s Church Bayswater final week.
The west London college caters for 418 ladies aged between 4 and 11, and is the sister college of Wetherby School, which was attended by William and Harry and a few of the Beckham youngsters.
Police don’t imagine the dying is suspicious.
Reverend Will Coleridge, Church of England vicar of St Matthew’s, in west London, informed the Mirror: “It was in the middle of the night and I discovered the body on Tuesday morning.
“The nativity play has been moved, it wouldn’t have been right to hold it here given what happened.
“Fortunately, none of the children were there at the time. It was grim, obviously, really grim. I mean these things are really horrible.”
Sophie Banks, the headmistress of Pembridge Hall School, informed The Sun: “We are all deeply saddened at the recent passing of a member of our school’s community.
“On behalf of the school, we would like to extend our sincerest condolences to their family and friends. As we collectively navigate through this challenging period, we will focus on supporting our girls and colleagues.”
The Met Police have confirmed they don’t imagine the dying to be suspicious. A spokesperson mentioned: “Police were called at 08:55hrs on 5 December to a church in St Petersburgh Place W2 after a 52-year-old man was found deceased.
“Next of kin have been informed. The death is being treated as unexpected but early inquiries do not indicate it is suspicious. A file will be prepared for the coroner.”