Teacher dies in Africa

1st August 2008 at 01:00

A maths teacher from Surrey has died of a suspected heart attack on a school trip to Africa. James Rosser, 36, who was head of the Ashcombe School in Dorking, died in hospital in Rwanda on Sunday after collapsing in front of pupils. Staff at the school spoke of their "immense sadness" at Mr Rosser's death and praised him for his pastoral work.

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