A SIX-YEAR-OLD girl who died after being hit by a tractor has been described as an ?enthusiastic, caring, talented? pupil by her headteacher
A SIX-YEAR-OLD girl who died after being hit by a tractor has been described as an ?enthusiastic, caring, talented? pupil by her headteacher.
Teal Amelia David, who was a pupil at Frieth School, died in the accident while on holiday with her family in Aberdaron, North Wales, on Saturday.
Police said she had suffered fatal injuries following the collision on an unclassified road.
It is understood that Teal?s father Evan is the director of NorCal Veterinary Services in Thame. He and his wife Clare have two other children, Sennen and Sky.
In a statement, Frieth School headteacher Jo Reid said: ?Teal was a much-loved member of our school community. She was a positive, enthusiastic, caring, talented, bright pupil who will be sadly missed.
?Our hearts, condolences and prayers are with her family and friends at this very difficult time.
?As a school, our priority now is to support the family and the pupils, parents, staff, governors and members of the wider community through this time of grief.?