15-year-old was treated by an ambulance crew
A fifteen-year-old boy has been stabbed outside Southfields Academy.
Police were called at around 3.10pm last Tuesday (10 November) following reports that a teenager had suffered a stab injury to the leg after an incident in the lobby area of the secondary school in Merton Road.
The Metropolitan Police said, "London Ambulance service attended and the male was treated - his injury is not serious.
"Three people have been arrested on suspicion of GBH and remain in custody."
Officers from Wandsworth Police are investigating as enquiries into the circumstances continue.
The school posted the following statement on its web site from Principal Jackie Valin and Headteacher Wanda Golinska... 'As some of you may be aware an incident occurred outside the school today. The student involved is in a stable condition. If you or your child have any information about this incident then please telephone 101 and ask for Wandsworth CID.'
Southfields Academy this year received awards from The Good Schools Guide for better results in boys performance in German A Level and girls performance in Business & Economics A Level than any other non-selective school in England.
November 11, 2015