How did Jane Steele die? Gloucester teacher cause of death Explained

Jane Steele, the deputy head teacher of Denmark Road High School, has passed away. The headteacher paid honor to her late colleague. Let’s see Jane Steele’s cause of death in detail.


How did Gloucester teacher Jane Steele die?

According to the school, Mrs. Steele was a selfless lady who devoted her life to helping others. Claire Giblin, the head of Denmark Road High School in Gloucester, paid tribute to Mrs. Steele on the institution’s Facebook page.

Claire referred to Mrs. Steele, a previous headteacher at Newent Community School, and claimed that the world is a lesser place without her. Near the end of the summer break, Mrs. Steele passed away suddenly.
Jane Steel’s husband Andy and  Eleanor, Jane’s daughter, told the alumni this heartbreaking news.

Jane’s family said that “She was the best of us – a brilliant mother, an incredible wife, a fabulous friend, and a valued colleague. Everything she did was selfless. She lived to be there for other people.”


Jane Steele cause of death

Jane Steele died suddenly during the summer holidays. Jane’s cause of death was not clear yet. Medico topics have been trying to reach out to the family and relatives for comment on the incident. So far no responses have been received. We will update the page once enough information is available. More information on Steele’s cause of death will be added soon.

Mrs. Gilbin said:

Claire Giblin, head of Denmark Road Highschool posted on Facebook, and the news reads,

Jane Steele. The best of us.
Andy, Jane’s husband, and Eleanor, her daughter, have asked we share with our wider community and alumni some devastating news. Jane Steele, our deputy headteacher, died suddenly on Saturday 27th August. Our thoughts are with her family who is understandably finding it difficult to make any sense of their loss.

Jane was pure Denmark Road. A teacher, leader, esteemed colleague, and trusted friend. Our world is a poorer place without Jane to share it with.

As a community we are supporting each other, putting the needs and wishes of Andy and Eleanor at the fore. While the grieving is immense, it is nothing compared to the joy that Jane brought. In Andy and Eleanor’s words: She was the best of us – a brilliant mother, an incredible wife, a fabulous friend, and a valued colleague. Everything she did was selfless. She lived to be there for other people.

Jane’s funeral will be held on Friday 30th September at Christ Church, Cheltenham. The service will begin at 11am and all who wish to pay their respects are invited to attend. We have set up an email address which we will share with the family should you wish to express your condolences or share a memory: [email protected].
There is no right or wrong way to grieve. People will feel and express it in different ways. If this news brings grief allow yourself to feel it. Reach out to us if you are unsure how or need to speak to someone. I would share a quote of C S Lewis which has helped me understand grief in the past: “The pain now is part of the happiness then. That’s the deal.”
All best wishes


Tributes to the Gloucester teacher

Elliot Leaver commented,

Although I never attended Denmark Road, Jane was headteacher at Newent Community School from 2006-2013, a period where I personally went from Year 10 to leaving Sixth Form. She always conducted herself impeccably and forever strived to do what was best for the students there, through thick and thin. She will be sorely missed.

Liv Millman commented,

This is heartbreaking, she was such a kind and friendly face, even if you weren’t in her class she would make you feel welcome and offer her help when needed. She will be sorely missed, sending all my love to her family, and all of the DRHS current students/alum.

Shailesh Patel commented,

So sorry to read this. Our thoughts are with her family and friends during this difficult time. RIP

Lauren T commented,

Heartbreaking to read this. Mrs. Steele was the best and the most inspiring teacher – even nurturing those who weren’t naturally gifted at maths (me!) I never dreaded lessons as Mrs. Steele would always try to make learning fun and saw the best in everyone  I will never forget how kind and funny she was. I will treasure the beautiful comments she wrote in my yearbook   Thoughts are with her husband, daughter, and wider family at this devastating time.

Florrie Cole commented,

The kindness Jane showed me was immeasurable. I was so touched by her compassion, support, and humor, and look back so fondly on the time I spent in her classroom. All my deepest sympathies and thoughts are with Jane’s family.


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