STAFF at a school near Bicester have received support and training after the tragic death of Harriet Forster.

The nine-year-old from from Weston-on-the-Green died in a rock fall last month, while holidaying at the Yorkshire seaside with her mum.

In yesterday's Oxford Mail, Harriet's older sister described her as an 'amazing, wonderful, lovely and kind' little girl.

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Though Harriet was most recently a pupil at the Dragon School in Oxford, she was also previously a pupil at Kirtlington CE Primary School near Bicester.

In a newsletter this week, staff at the village school wrote: "During inset [day], the team received excellent training from SeeSaw (grief support for children and young people in Oxfordshire) to support us as a team and the children after the recent loss of Harriet Forster, a former pupil of our school.

"The school nurse team will also be working with us to support us as a team and the children.

"In due course, we will communicate with you other plans that we have to commemorate Harriet."

Earlier this month at St Andrews Church in North Oxford, more than 400 people attended Harriet's funeral.

Though her loved ones are still coming to terms with her death, her sister said support from the community had been 'incredibly heart-warming and touching'.

Since Harriet's death, her family has raised £4,365 for Yorkshire Air Ambulance and £557.50 for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

See here to donate to the air ambulance or here to the RNLI.