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Sam Connor, 14 (pictured left with his mother Christine and his brother James) died yesterday when he led a train at Chertsey train station for departed classmates

The tragic schoolboy Sam Connor took his own life after writing MailOnline can reveal a note with the access code needed to open its smartphone today.

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The short message would also contain two names that will not be made public, and the 14-year-old gave him to a friend with his cell phone and bag before he went to lie at a train station at Chertsey.

Sam died Monday at 4 p.m. for at least 50 classmates from his Catholic embrace in Surrey, who looked horrified from the podium.

Today's unveiling raises serious concerns about the online bullying that the 14-year-old reportedly suffered before taking his own life.

A British transport police told MailOnline: & # 39; There is nothing in our investigation that suggests it was anything other than a deliberate act. & # 39;

But the Director of Salesian School, James Kibble, said today in a letter to parents that he is convinced that bullying will not be a problem when the police investigation into death is complete.

He wrote: & # 39; Some will understandably be concerned about the references to bullying made in connection with this incident. However, you should know that the police and local authorities are currently conducting separate investigations and reviews, and we are convinced that bullying will not be a topic that is raised when the reports are published. & # 39;

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Sam Connor, 14 (pictured left with his mother Christine and his brother James) died yesterday as he lay down in front of a train at Chertsey train station for horrible classmates.

Sam Connor, 14 (pictured left with his mother Christine and his brother James) died yesterday as he lay down in front of a train at Chertsey train station for horrible classmates.

On the spot, a heartbreaking letter that had left a congratulation along with flowers said: “I'm so sorry that life wasn't any nicer to you, honey. RIP Angel & # 39;

On the spot, a heartbreaking letter that had left a congratulation along with flowers said: “I'm so sorry that life wasn't any nicer to you, honey. RIP Angel & # 39;

On the spot, a heartbreaking letter that had left a congratulation along with flowers said: “I'm so sorry that life wasn't any nicer to you, honey. RIP Angel & # 39;

Flowers were left at Chertsey station today as a tribute to Sam, who was killed by a train after he handed his bag and phone to a friend and was put on track Monday afternoon

Some friends said Sam was bullied at Salesian School - a Roman Catholic extended one - although others said he was intelligent and popular - but worried about his grades at the end of year 9

Some friends said Sam was bullied at Salesian School - a Roman Catholic extended one - although others said he was intelligent and popular - but worried about his grades at the end of year 9

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Some friends said Sam was bullied at Salesian School – a Roman Catholic extended one – although others said he was intelligent and popular – but worried about his grades at the end of year 9

Researchers hope that his phone contains instructions that lead them to concrete conclusions about the reasons for his death.

Sam was an avid dancer, but was perhaps bullied at school, it was claimed

Sam was an avid dancer, but was perhaps bullied at school, it was claimed

Sam was an avid dancer, but was perhaps bullied at school, it was claimed

A source added to the Evening Standard: & # 39; It is absolutely not true that Sam was bullied. He had a nice group of friends with whom he was very close. They were with him on Monday and are absolutely broken.

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& # 39; He was joking with them like teenage boys do. It is a terrible accident and not intentional. Sam was a quiet boy, but popular and loved. He never had problems and he and his friends were video gamers who loved a laugh and a joke & # 39 ;.

The teenager saw his belongings – including his phone, bag, and note – to a friend when they were on stage just before his death.

Referring to the note, the family member told MailOnline: & There were only a few names and the code to his phone. He was a smart boy, you know. I think if something went wrong, he put it in his phone and said, you should go there.

& # 39; He handed over the phone and password and also a few names when he handed it to his friend. It should not be thought of. & # 39;

Countless people have left messages and flowers at the station today, in honor of Sam.

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One reads: & # 39; Sorry it became too much & # 39; while another said: & # 39; So & # 39; n kind, caring boy – you didn't deserve this. You will be missed forever. & # 39;

A note hidden in a bouquet of yellow roses asked: & # 39; Why? RIP Sam. Cruel, terrible world in which we live. & # 39;

Ruined students shouted & # 39; I saw it, I saw it & # 39; and wept when I & # 39; online bully victim & # 39; Saw Sam Connor killed by a train – as family members pay homage to the & # 39; funny & # 39; and & # 39; clear & # 39; schoolboy.

The tragic 14-year-old was hit by the train for 50 of his horrified classmates, whom she described as "a nice young person with a good sense of humor".

Congenial relatives said bullies published unfriendly things about him online.

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Sobbing students shouted: & # 39; I saw it, I saw it & # 39; and shouted Sam's name shortly after being hit by the train at Chertsey station, in Surrey.

His family talked about their devastation in losing their & # 39; sensitive little soul & # 39; while a friend who attended a breakdancing club with Sam brought an emotional tribute to him on Facebook, adding that & # 39; dancing will never be the same without you & # 39 ;.

Speaking with MailOnline Deborah Barrett, the first wife of Sam & # 39; s father James, said: & # 39; it's just so sad. It's so horrible, right? My three girls are Sam's half-sisters, they are all so upset.

& # 39; It's terrible. You can't imagine it, right? I just spoke to my middle one and she said he was just going to lie on the tracks.

& # 39; He was a sensitive little soul, a cute little thing who enjoyed gaming. He was funny and sarcastic with a great sense of humor.

& # 39; Although he was shy, we used to make him laugh. & # 39;

Deborah, the mother of Sam's three half-sisters, added: “This is so terrible for the family. They loved him, they were all very close.

She added: & # 39; There were six children in total, they were all very close, the children, and Sam was the youngest.

& # 39; Sophie, my youngest daughter, called me on Monday and told me what Sam had done and said he was bullied at school. Then why didn't the school do anything? It doesn't have to think about that. It's terrible. & # 39;

Writing on Facebook, Sam's friend said that he & # 39; one of the nicest and most charming boys & # 39; was at the club.

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They added: & # 39; I can't even think of an emotion to describe how I am now, apart from just being sad. No parent should ever bury his own child. The child must always bury the parents.

& # 39; Crying happiness, laughing, dancing will never be the same without you. Rest in peace Sam your absolute legend.

& # 39; Breaking is not going to be the same when you're gone. I hope you are still dancing in the air. & # 39;

The tragic Sam's family (left) is said to have been destroyed by his death because a relative today described him as & # 39; a sensitive little soul & # 39; and & # 39; a nice boy with a good sense of humor & # 39 ;.

The tragic Sam's family (left) is said to have been destroyed by his death because a relative today described him as & # 39; a sensitive little soul & # 39; and & # 39; a nice boy with a good sense of humor & # 39 ;.

The tragic Sam's family (left) is said to have been destroyed by his death because a relative today described him as & # 39; a sensitive little soul & # 39; and & # 39; a nice boy with a good sense of humor & # 39 ;.

Tribute to Sam (circled with other family members at the wedding of his mother Christine), who was a student at Salesian School - a Roman Catholic comprehensive in Chertsey
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Tribute to Sam (circled with other family members at the wedding of his mother Christine), who was a student at Salesian School - a Roman Catholic comprehensive in Chertsey

Tribute to Sam (circled with other family members at the wedding of his mother Christine), who was a student at Salesian School – a Roman Catholic comprehensive in Chertsey

Sam, a & # 39; smart and popular & # 39; Student at Salesian School – a Roman Catholic association – died on Monday afternoon at Chertsey train station in Surrey.

The schoolboy, from Ashford, Surrey, would have given his bag and cell phone to a friend before he slid from the platform to the rails.

A passenger, known only as Lewis, traveled on the service from Chiswick and saw the incident when the train entered the station.

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The 28-year-old, from Weybridge, said: & The train stopped very suddenly with only one carriage along the platform. I thought one of the children might have dropped his phone while they were all looking at the wheels of the carriage.

& # 39; We saw some girls start crying; we saw some of the boys lean down, literally on their knees, and shouted between the train and the tracks, and called & # 39; Sam, Sam & # 39 ;. & # 39;

& # 39; Then we realized something was wrong. There was a girl on the phone, crying, trying to talk to the driver. & # 39;

Lewis, who travels with school children every day while commuting, said that between 40 and 50 youngsters were waiting for the train.

When he realized that they were from the Salesian School, he called the teachers to tell them what had happened.

He said the children stayed on the platform for about 10 minutes after the boy was hit before being led away.

& # 39; They all looked down, whatever they saw, it must have been horrible & # 39 ;, he added.

Lewis said he was told to stay on the train for another 30 minutes while the paramedics, police and train staff dealt with the incident.

He said: & # 39; What was particularly poignant was that there was a student paramedic who passed the train and went out to help the boy.

& # 39; When she got there, she collapsed and burst into tears – it was just the most shocking thing. & # 39;

Lewis said he was familiar with the children and that he normally braced himself & # 39; the moment they threw themselves into the carriages, talking loudly.

& # 39; We complain about how noisy the children are, but on that day it was just completely silent – I was just really shocked. & # 39;

When he finally got off the train, he saw between 20 and 30 police cars parked outside the station that had stopped.

A commuter who did not want to be mentioned told The Times: & There was a crowd of children at the end of the job, all looking down.

& # 39; I didn't know what had happened, but then I heard children scream. They shouted things like & # 39; he did it, he jumped & # 39 ;.

& # 39; It was very chaotic with a lot of crying and running. & # 39;

The owner of a supermarket near the house of the Connor family told about his shock at the death of the teenager.

He described Sam as a & # 39; sweet, polite boy & # 39; who would come into the store with his brother.

He added: & # 39; He was always so polite and a very nice boy. I just can't believe what happened. & # 39;

One of Sam's friends described him as one of the & # 39; nicest and most charming & # 39; boys in their break dance class.

He wrote on Facebook: & # 39; Can't think of emotion to describe how I am now, apart from a broken heart. & # 39;

The schoolboy, from Ashford, Surrey, would have given his bag and cell phone to a friend before he slid from the platform to the rails. Pictured: police at the station today

The schoolboy, from Ashford, Surrey, would have given his bag and cell phone to a friend before he slid from the platform to the rails. Pictured: police at the station today

The schoolboy, from Ashford, Surrey, would have given his bag and cell phone to a friend before he slid from the platform to the rails. Pictured: police at the station today

Sam's sobbing friends shouted & # 39; I saw it, I saw it & # 39; after the student of the year 9 was hit by the train. Officers patrolling the station said that death was not treated as suspicious

Sam's sobbing friends shouted & # 39; I saw it, I saw it & # 39; after the student of the year 9 was hit by the train. Officers patrolling the station said that death was not treated as suspicious

Sam's sobbing friends shouted & # 39; I saw it, I saw it & # 39; after the student of the year 9 was hit by the train. Officers patrolling the station said that death was not treated as suspicious

Other friends said Sam was a smart and smart student, but said he was worried about his year-end figures before he entered his GCSE years.

Several parents at the school said he was being bullied.

A mother said her two daughters had said that Sam was being arrested.

Another mother said: & # 39; When I received the e-mails and texts from the school telling me what had happened, I burst into tears.

& # 39; I spoke to my daughters when they came home about what had happened. They said it was Sam and said everyone was talking about being bullied.

& # 39; If this is true, there must be an investigation. How bad can it be that a 14 year old boy wants to take his own life. I just can't comprehend what he felt. & # 39;

Three police officers were on stage today and supervised the exit of children.

Headmaster School teacher James Kibble wrote an emotional letter to parents after the tragedy.

& # 39; This is an incredibly difficult situation, but because I know the faith, compassion and power of our school community, I am convinced that we will work together to support each other & # 39 ;, he said.

Schoolchildren standing at the station, in the photo, said the boy had given his belongings to friends before he jumped off the platform

Schoolchildren standing at the station, in the photo, said the boy had given his belongings to friends before he jumped off the platform

Schoolchildren standing at the station, in the photo, said the boy had given his belongings to friends before he jumped off the platform

Station employees today tied the flowers to the railing after they were left on the edge of the fence

Station employees today tied the flowers to the railing after they were left on the edge of the fence

Station employees today tied the flowers to the railing after they were left on the edge of the fence

Salesian School canceled the sports day and added student counselors. The staff said they had & # 39; no report & # 39; of being bullied of the child

Salesian School canceled the sports day and added student counselors. The staff said they had & # 39; no report & # 39; of being bullied of the child

Salesian School canceled the sports day and added student counselors. The staff said they had & # 39; no report & # 39; of being bullied of the child

Mr. Kibble added that counselors and an educational psychologist would be on site to provide support.

Samaritan volunteers also offered support when the students left the school to take the train home.

A school spokesperson said she & # 39; no report & # 39; of the boy being bullied and could not make any further comments at this time.

In a statement, the British Transport Police said: & # 39; Agents were called to Chertsey station at 4 p.m. yesterday (July 15) following reports of a victim on the tracks.

& # 39; Paramedics were also present, but unfortunately a 14-year-old boy was sentenced to death. His family is informed and supported by specially trained officers.

& # 39; The incident is not treated as suspicious and a file is prepared for the coroner. & # 39;

For confidential support, call the Samaritans on 116123 or visit a local Samaritan branch, see www.samaritans.org for details.

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