THE schools attended by Prisha and Jasmine Solanki - found dead at home along with their mother - are encouraging children to share their memories of the girls.
Prisha, aged four, was a pupil at Whiteheath Infant and Nursery School, in Ladygate Lane, Ruislip. Her sister Jasmine, nine, was a pupil at Whiteheath Junior School, in Whiteheath Avenue, Ruislip.
The girls and their mother, Heena Solanki, aged 34, were discovered on Friday, April 12 at the family home in Midcroft, Ruislip,
Christine Weaving, headteacher of the infant school, and Barry Harmer, her opposite number at the junior school, released a joint statement on Monday afternoon.
We are deeply saddened by the loss of two of our pupils in such tragic circumstances.
Jasmine and Prisha were popular pupils who will be greatly missed by everyone at the schools. We are supporting our children at this difficult time and as part of this will be encouraging them to share their memories and be involved in the creation of something permanent to remember the children.
Police officers remain at the house where her body and those of her mother and sister were found.
Detectives from the Homicide and Serious Crime Command are investigating the deaths.
Inquiries continue to establish the full circumstances of the deaths, which police are treating as unexplained.
A post-mortem will take place in due course. Next of kin have been informed.
Officers were called to the house at about 6.40pm on Friday by London Ambulance Service staff. London Fire Brigade also attended the scene.
The ambulance service said it had been called to an incident and sent three crews, two 'single responders' and its area response team but the three females were dead when they got there.
Anyone with information that may assist the investigation should call the incident room on 020 8785 8244.
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