In a statement on the school's Facebook page on Wednesday evening, they said it was 'with regret and deep sadness we must inform our community of the sudden passing of Mr Paul Clark'.
"Mr Clark was a passionate teacher of history during his time at CLHS, who left in 2015 to embark on new adventures with his family in New Zealand,” they said.
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"Mr Clark will be fondly remembered by staff and pupils who knew him, not just for his history lessons but for his commitment to our school and his ‘Mustang Sally’ rendition in every Christmas assembly wearing his iconic purple velvet suit!
“Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this difficult time.”