A NORTH Yorkshire student is appealing for help in finding her parents, who have not been seen since the concert.

Alex Klis, from York, says she has not been able to contact her parents Angelika and Marcin Klis since the explosion.

The appeal by the York College student has been shared thousands of times on social media in an attempt to try and help her.

She asked people on Facebook: “anyone who is in any safe place or hospital in Manchester, if anyone comes across my parents please please let me know as they've been missing ever since the attack, this is a picture taken tonight so this is exactly what they were wearing.”

Two students from Harrogate are among those injured in the terror attack.

Harrogate Grammar School has confirmed that at least seven pupils from the school attended the concert and two received non-life threatening injuries.

Headteacher Richard Sheriff said all of those affected would need their support over the coming days and months. A counselling team are due to be brought into the school tomorrow.

In a statement he said: “We now know that we had a number of young people and members of their families attending the concert in Manchester last night and we know at least two of them were injured, thankfully not seriously, but are awaiting treatment in hospitals in the Manchester area. 

“All of those who are in attendance last night will have been profoundly affected and will need our support over the coming days and months to make sure their happiness and well-being is protected.

“In school, we are speaking to the students and offering them a safe place to be able to go to with an experienced member of staff to support them through this difficult time. 

“We are lucky, also, to have the support of our partners at Just B, who will be in school tomorrow to offer counselling for any of those students affected, if needed. 

"We have a wonderful pastoral team at school and I know all these young people will get fabulous support at home and from their friends and extended families.  For those that need it there will be additional support from the North Yorkshire Educational Psychology Service, who we have already been in touch with to arrange support.”

He added: “I would like to finish by echoing the words of the Mayor of Manchester this morning it is important for life to go on as normal as possible, and to not let whoever it was who was responsible for this heinous act divide us or change the way we live our lives.”