Stabbing at school

A teenager is recovering from minor stab wounds following an incident at a school in Kent.

Counselling after school stabbing

Pupils and staff at Sittingbourne Community College have been given counselling after a teenage boy was stabbed during a football match.

Alex Betts was attacked with a pair of scissors on Friday. A 17-year-old, who wasn't a pupil at the school, has been questioned and released on bail.

Alan Barham, Headmaster of Sittingbourne Community College, speaks of the school's sadness.

School where boy was stabbed

Sittingbourne Community College
Sittingbourne Community College Credit: Meridian

Police were called to the Sittingbourne Community College yesterday following reports of an assault involving two boys. Officers say they have arrested a 17 year old who is not a student. The injured boy is thought to have been stabbed with a pair of scissors.

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Teenager in hospital

Officers were called to Sittingbourne Community College in Kent yesterday following reports of an assault involving two boys who knew each other. Police say they have arrested a 17 year old boy who is not a student. The injured boy is thought to have been stabbed with a pair of scissors.