A 12-year-old boy suffered a fatal 20toes (6m) fall after looking to slide down a banister at college, an inquest heard.
Michael Sousa died in health facility 8 days after struggling critical head accidents at Jane Austen College in Norwich in January.
An inquest in Norwich into the Year 7 scholar’s demise heard he was once warned about sliding down banisters at the day of the fatal fall.
The fall came about at the day after his 12th birthday, the inquest heard.
Det Sgt Peter Wilson told the listening to at Norfolk Coroner’s Court it seemed Michael fell from the 3rd flooring of the stairwell to the ground.
He stated at the time of the coincidence Michael was once dressed in a “full and… quite heavy” backpack.
Police recognized 3 kids who had been believed to have key proof, they usually had been interviewed by way of specialist officials clear of a police station.
The kids interviewed gave differing accounts of what came about.
One claimed Michael was once by accident knocked by way of a pupil however this was once no longer corroborated by way of different pupils.
Det Sgt Wilson added: “Michael wasn’t a large lad and it is a standard-size rucksack.
“It was once slightly heavy and I might be expecting if Michael was once to take a look at to slip down the banister he would have needed to make a small jumping movement and the bag would get up.
“I believe the bag has caused that unbalance that has caused Michael to fall over the banisters.”
Jamie Turner, a contemporary languages instructor at the secondary college, told the inquest he noticed Michael sliding down banisters previous within the day.
“I told him it’s not appropriate,” he stated.
“I asked him to go back up to the first floor and walk down in the proper way. He reluctantly did do that.”
The inquest continues.