A poignant floral tribute to the victims of the massacre at Dunblane School have bloomed earlier than ever this year at Braunton School. The daffodils were planted by pupils in memory of the 16 children and their teacher cut down by a lone gunman at the S

A poignant floral tribute to the victims of the massacre at Dunblane School have bloomed earlier than ever this year at Braunton School.The daffodils were planted by pupils in memory of the 16 children and their teacher cut down by a lone gunman at the Scottish school, 12 years ago on March 13"The emergence of the flowers are a reminder every year of how lucky we all are," said David Butt, assistant headteacher at Braunton."The flowers brighten the environment and give the children time to pause and reflect. Our students who planted the bulbs are now parents themselves and all aged around 24. They have had opportunities the children and parents of those cut down at Dunblane never had the chance to enjoy.