THERE have been more tributes to a Cradley teacher after the announcement of her death.

Cradley CE Primary School have said Karen Robb died suddenly on Friday (September 4).

Mrs Robb was a class one teacher and the school has said there will be a place for flowers to be laid and a condolence book when children return tomorrow.

Mrs also Robb mentored students at the University of Worcester.

Deborah Langston, Primary Partnership lead and Principal lecturer at the University, on behalf of the School of Education tweeted: “Saddened to hear the dreadful news of the untimely passing of our good friend Karen Robb, an exceptional mentor.

“This special lady supported many students through their training with care and skill.

“Our thoughts are with family, colleagues and friends.”

Following the announcement readers took to our social media, and our sister paper the Hereford Times, to pay tribute to the teacher.

Gardner Rosalind wrote: "Karen I will never forget you. Thank you for been the best work colleague and for believing in me and my son."

Hazel Fitzpatrick said: "Did my childcare training with Karen she was amazing woman this has made me so sad."

Pat Preece said: "So very sad."

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Rose Hooper said: "Condolences to your family and friends."

Mandy Bowkett wrote: "Love to the family RIP," while Rachael Catherine Bayliss added: "So sad".

In a tribute on Facebook, Cradley CE Primary School said: "On September 4, our wonderful colleague and friend, Karen Robb, tragically died.

We are truly devastated by Karen’s sudden death and the fact she has been stolen away from this earth too soon.

"As a school community, our thoughts and prayers are with Karen’s family at this very sad time. Our school will be open on Monday morning and staff will be supporting pupils and parents as they arrive.

"There will be a place for flowers to be laid and a condolence book for you to record your memories of Karen."