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Breaking: Two pupils stabbed at Kingsdale Foundation School in Dulwich

Two pupils have been hospitalised today after a stabbing at Kingsdale Foundation School in Dulwich.

The police and London ambulance services were called at 3:30pm to reports of a stabbing at a school in Alleyn Park.

Two fifteen-year-old boys were discovered with knife wounds and were taken to hospital for treatment.

One is in a critical condition and the other boy is in a stable condition.

One teenager has been arrested in connection with the incident and has been taken to a south London police station.

The investigation is ongoing.

 

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18 COMMENTS

  1. This will carry on, unfortunately, as long as stringent measures are not taken to fight knife crime in the Uk. Maybe when an MP’s son/daughter gets stabbed to death will they take it serious but again, ‘posh’ students in ‘posh private schools’ don’t carry knives and stab themselves so no worries.

  2. The school is out of control
    Mr Morrison cannot cope with the running of the school. The children control the school
    I would not put a dog in that school yet alone my child

  3. My son went to the school and my daughter went there for 6th form and had no problems at all both felt safe there.

  4. I was there and they handled it berry well Mr Morrison is an amazing teacher and you should give him creased for being soo calm about the incident and getting the school open the very next day

  5. The results of multicultural violent Britain – well done you loony liberals!
    Where once we had Shakespeare and Science we now have Gangsta rap and X-Factor!
    Everyone so quick to blame Mr Morrison but he isnt the violent thug whose family are just as bad as there is no discipline in schools without the belt or corporal punishment – all these animals understand is the lash!

  6. Mr Morrison stop getting your staff to leave comments about how wonderful you are.
    You done the same thing over the cheating of exams

  7. There are a lot of things that go on at Kingsdale that the
    general public don’t know. If Mr Morrison was such a great headteacher why is
    there an online petition asking for him to be removed from the school. I know
    what goes on at the school and it was only a matter of time before a serious
    stabbing to occur at the school. There have been a number of pupils who have
    been found with a knife at the school and no action has been taken to remove
    these students this includes the young man who has now been charged with
    attempted murder. Instead he puts out a false statement regarding stabbing, which
    caused a number of year 11’s to walk out of his assemble and also caused arguments
    between himself and parents at a parents teachers meeting last week. There are a
    lot of teachers in the school who want him to go because they have enough of
    him. If you are wondering why the school is doing well it’s not because of Mr
    Morrison but it’s because of the teachers who have a passion for teaching and
    the wellbeing of the students. I do feel sorry for the teachers because they
    suffer in silence and the genuinely care about the students that’s why they try
    their best.

    Enough is enough, the students of Kingsdale deserve better
    from there head teacher, it’s time for Mr Morrison to go.

    http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/remove-steve-morrison

  8. Well said
    Do you remember the student who brought a gun into the school and Mr Morrisson simply took it away and that was that

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