Tributes have been paid to a "wonderfully talented and inspirational" teacher who was killed in the Reading stabbing attack.
James Furlong, head of history at Holt School in Wokingham, was described as "a very kind and gentle man" with "a real sense of duty".
"He truly inspired everyone he taught," wrote co-heads Anne Kennedy and Katie Pearce, in a statement.
Three people died in the attack and three others were injured.
A minute's silence will be held on Monday to remember all of the victims.
The town's mayor said on social media the silence would be held at 10:00 BST.