Sami Ahmed, of Bradford, fell from a major peak on the Intermediate Gulley on Dow Crag on Sunday.
Dad Khalil Ahmed mentioned his 15-year-old son was a “supportive and witty” younger particular person with a “great smile”.
The Dixons City Academy Year 10 pupil, who performed soccer for native groups Phoenix FC and Thackley Lightning, cared dearly for his three sisters, aged six, 23 and 25.
The faculty described Sami as a “implausible younger man” and an “glorious sportsman”.
Read: Dixons City Academy pay tribute to Sami Ahmed
Mr Ahmed mentioned: “It was a household journey after Eid.
“We at all times did a bonding train with the nephews, brothers and uncles.
“It was a contented event which become a nightmare.
“We climbed Old Man of Coniston after which ventured on to Down Crag. The kids had been 10 minutes forward of us, main, however we may see them in our imaginative and prescient.
“Unfortunately, Sami didn’t keep on to the trail that was the great distance spherical. They (him and his cousin) took a extra harmful route.
“They went off to Goat Lake and he misplaced his footing and fell.
“We didn’t know he went that method. It was solely once I caught as much as them that I realised Sami was not with them.
“They informed me he went the opposite method. Even then I didn’t suppose something unhealthy would occur.”
Mr Ahmed was eager to pay his personal tribute to his son.
“Sami was simply an incredible, dignified boy that made everyone smile,” he mentioned.
“He had probably the most great character and was compassionate.
“He was such a very good household particular person and an incredible brother to his two older sisters and youthful sister. He was piggy within the center our Sami.
“He understood his function was additionally to assist his mum. He would do the washing and the cleansing, greater than I or the ladies would. His bed room was at all times spotless.
“He didn’t need to be observed for his costly trainers or clothes. He wished me to not spend an excessive amount of cash on him.
“His mates informed me that in the event that they had been having a nasty day once they noticed Sami and his smile, they thought at present goes to be superior.”
Mr Ahmed added: “The great factor about him being my son is he would assist me with every little thing.
“We did a weekly litter choose and Sami would at all times be a part of us. Which teenager comes out, with out me even asking him, to wash a park.
“He was so acutely aware of doing the correct factor. He by no means strayed away to smoke, or something like that, and would by no means upset anybody.
“Sami by no means swore, it was by no means in his character.
“He revered and beloved his sisters in a method a youthful brother ought to do. They valued him and that relationship was starting to blossom and it was great to see.
“He was witty and humorous. He would name me KP as a result of my head is formed slightly bit like a peanut. I’m going to overlook him calling me that.”
Sami’s classmates and their mother and father additionally paid their respects.
Ania Groborz-Manu mentioned: “It was a pleasure watching you develop from Reception to Year 10. You had been such a form, humorous soul and you will be sorely missed by everybody that you have met and simply had such a very good affect on.”
VISIT: Telegraph & Argus’ Book of Condolence for Sami Ahmed
Shazana Mahmood added: “I’m deeply saddened by what’s occurred. My daughter, Simrah, was in the identical class as Sami and she will be able to’t cease speaking about him. He shall be deeply missed by all.”
Sameena Rashid mentioned: “I can’t think about what the mother and father are going by way of. He was a very good child, my daughter went to main faculty with him and he lived within the neighbourhood.”
Sami’s funeral and burial, which was attended by household, mates and Dixons City Academy Principal Michael Feely, befell at Scholemoor cemetery on Wednesday afternoon.
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