A trees is to be planted in the grounds of Sheffield City College in memory of murdered student Reema Ramzan.
And the certificate she should have received, having just passed a health and social care diploma with the highest grade possible, has been passed to her family.
Reema, aged 18, was hoping to go to university to continue her studies – and college principal Julie Byrne said she had no doubt she would have ‘continued to shine’ once there.
The loss of her life at such a young age, in such horrific circumstances, is an absolute tragedy,” she said yesterday.
“We will remember Reema for the inspiring young woman she was – the sparkle in the class. “Reema was an outstanding student, extremely dedicated, and achieved distinctions across the board.
“She had just completed a two-week work placement, where she was described as reliable and hard working.
“She was a kind and considerate young woman who always walked into class wearing a huge smile.”