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Stabbed Teacher's Family Lay Flowers At School
The family of teacher Ann Maguire have laid flowers at the entrance to the school where she was stabbed to death in front of her pupils.
Holding hands as they huddled beneath an umbrella, the 61-year-old's husband and two daughters spent several minutes reading some of the hundreds of tributes left at the gates of Corpus Christi Catholic College, Leeds.
They also visited the church next to the school, where pupils and teachers held a memorial service earlier this week.
Earlier, Mrs Maguire's family sat metres from her alleged killer, as he appeared briefly at a youth court in the city charged with murder.
The 15-year-old suspect, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was remanded in custody ahead of a crown court bail hearing on Friday.
Sky's Crime Correspondent Martin Brunt, in Leeds, said: "The teenager didn't have to say anything and appeared in the dock wearing a dark jumper and trousers.
"He showed no obvious signs of emotion as he was asked whether he understood the charge of murder, to which he nodded in response."
Earlier, Mrs Maguire's family issued a moving tribute to "a loving wife, the best mother, a treasured sister (and) a true friend", describing her as a "shining light who brightened the world for so many".
"This horrific happening has robbed us of all of this and so much more," they said.
"We are devastated. Her selfless, genuine, caring nature will remain with us eternally."
Mrs Maguire had worked at Corpus Christi Catholic College for more than 40 years and was due to retire later this year.
She taught Spanish at the school and was also in charge of Year 11.
Headteacher Steve Mort praised students for their handling of Mrs Maguire's death and thanked the public for their "overwhelming" support.
"I'm immensely proud to be headteacher at Corpus Christi," Mr Mort said.
"Our children have proven themselves to be great ambassadors for the school.
"I want to pay particular tribute to them and to the professionalism and dedication demonstrated by our staff at this very difficult time."