IN one of her last Instagram posts, Caroline Flack urged her followers: ‘’In a world where you can be anything, be kind.’’

The Love Island presenter’s words have now been used to help make a positive difference to the mental wellbeing of students at an Uxbridge school.

Students have been urged to start this half-term by committing to doing one nice thing for someone every day, without being asked.

Teacher Vanya Harris, Wellness Lead at Park Academy in Park View Road, decided it was important pupils did not turn Flack’s death into gossip but used it to reflect as part of the school’s Personal, Social, Health and Economic education.

Caroline Flack, 40, was found dead at her London home after apparently taking her own life.

Vanya Harris explained: ‘’The students were talking about Caroline’s death when they returned.

“By turning what happened into a subject that could be discussed in small groups in a constructive way, it stopped it becoming gossip and became an opportunity to learn about the way in which we behave towards others.

“None of us is perfect. We’ve all gossiped or not checked in with a friend to see how they are or not focused on ourselves or our wellbeing.

‘’The exercise is about making a commitment to do better and think more about the wellbeing of others.”