THE murder of teacher Sabina Nessa has left her family and colleagues devastated.
She is thought to have been walking through a park on her way to meet a friend in a pub when she was attacked.
What school did Sabina Nessa teach at?
She had also taught English as a foreign language to non-English speakers, helping them develop their language skills.
Her body was discovered hidden under a pile of leaves by a dog walker in Cator Park in Kidbrooke, South East London.
A man, aged in his 40s, arrested on suspicion of murder has been released under investigation pending further enquiries.
What has the school Sabina Neesa teached at said on behalf of her death?
The school’s headmistress Lisa Williams said: “We are devastated by Sabina’s tragic death.
“She was a brilliant teacher, she was kind, caring and absolutely dedicated to her pupils.
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“She had so much life ahead of her and so much more to give and her loss is desperately sad.
“As a school we are supporting each other through this very difficult time, and we will be providing specialist support to those who need it.”
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has also paid tribute, saying he had been left “heartbroken” by her death.
Who are Sabina Nessa’s parents?
Little is publicly known about her parents and they haven’t, so far, come forward to make a statement.
Sabina’s cousin Zubel Ahmed said her family have been left devastated by her death.
Zubel paid tribute to his cousin and described her as the “sweetest person”.
He said the devastated family do not understand how “someone can do this”.
Zubel added: “We went and saw her parents, they are inconsolable. It’s the worst way for someone to go.
“The shock has not sunk in. She was a beautiful, kind, caring soul.
“I express my deepest sympathies for her sisters – Mum and dad are absolutely devastated.
“Nothing is making sense to us, why was she taken from us we just don’t know.”