Two city schools have pledged to offer more support for pupils after the shock death of a family in Costessey.

The bodies of four members of the same family were discovered at a home in Allan Bedford Crescent, in the Queen's Hills estate in Costessey, on Friday morning after a neighbour raised concerns with police. 

Structural engineer Bartlomiaj Kuczynski, 45, Jasmin Kuczynska, 12, and her seven-year-old sister, and a 36-year-old woman, were found shortly after 7am after police forced entry to the property.

Norwich Evening News: Bartlomiaj Kuczynski and his two daughtersBartlomiaj Kuczynski and his two daughters (Image: Facebook)

Post-mortem examinations carried out on Sunday found Mr Kuczynski died of a stab wound to the neck and the 36-year-old woman died of several stab wounds to the neck.

The bodies of the two girls will be examined on Wednesday.

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They were pupils at Queen's Hill Primary School and Taverham High School respectively, which have both offered "extra support" for staff and students in the wake of the incident. 

Norwich Evening News: Flower tributes have been left in the area since the incidentFlower tributes have been left in the area since the incident (Image: PA)

Matthew Cross, headteacher at Queen's Hill Primary, and Dr Roger Harris, head of Taverham High, said in a joint statement: "Both our schools have worked closely alongside colleagues from Norfolk County Council's critical incident support team over the weekend to ensure we have extra support and provision in place so we can meet the needs of both our pupils and staff at this difficult time."

It follows tributes being paid to the girls, with one described as a “sweet, caring girl” who was always smiling.

Norwich Evening News: Queens Hill Primary and Nursery School in CostesseyQueens Hill Primary and Nursery School in Costessey (Image: Newsquest)

Floral tributes and two unicorn toys had been left a short distance from the house this morning as the area remains cordoned off by police.

One of the flower tributes read: "Jasmin, you were such a sweet, caring girl.

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"You and your sister didn't deserve to have your lives taken away.

Norwich Evening News: One of the girls was a pupil at Taverham High SchoolOne of the girls was a pupil at Taverham High School (Image: Newsquest)

"You would always be smiling in primary school. Fly high beautiful girls."

Another said: "You will be missed. I'm sorry to whoever was in the family and is going through it. Sorry, Jasmin."

Detectives have since said Mr Kuczynski and two children lived at the address, but the deceased woman was visiting and lived elsewhere.