Tottington High School has paid tribute to 15-year-old Olivia Campbell who was killed in the Manchester Arena attack. 

A statement released on the school's Facebook page by headteacher, Brian Duffy says the school is 'absolutely devastated and heartbroken at the news' of Olivia's death. 

Olivia Campbell's mother Charlotte Campbell revealed her daughter had died on Facebook in the early hours of this morning. 

The full statement by the school reads: 

"To our school community,

"It is with great sadness that we inform our school and wider community that one of our children, Olivia Campbell-Hardy, was a victim of the Manchester atrocity.

"As a school community we are absolutely devastated and heartbroken at the news that Olivia has passed away. Our prayers and deepest sympathies go to her family and friends.

Heartbreaking final recording of Olivia Campbell singing at music lesson before death in Manchester Arena terror attack

"Our thoughts also go out to the many families across the region affected by this tragedy.

"Our school community is in shock, and together with Local Authority colleagues, we are giving them as much support as we can to help them through this terrible time.

"Olivia was a delightful young girl in Year 10, and will be dearly missed.

"The school will be considering with friends, staff and family in the coming weeks, the most fitting way to honour the memory of Olivia.

"Olivia was accompanied to the event by her friend Adam and our thoughts are also very much with Adam, who suffered serious injuries in the attack and has undergone surgery. We will do everything possible to help him in his recovery. Our love and prayers are with them also at this time."