Student stabbed at school

Student stabbed at school

A fifth-form student of the Grantley Adams Memorial Secondary school student is nursing injuries after being stabbed during an altercation with another female student.

According to police the incident occurred around 11 a.m.

The injured student was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance.

The injuries are said to be non-life threatening.

Police say no one has been detained in connection with the incident.

6 Responses to Student stabbed at school

  1. Tiny April 25, 2016 at 8:01 pm

    Why no arrest made? Are you going to wait til she slip the island like the student did after stabbing and killing another female student at a Christ Church secondary school years ago?

  2. lennox hewitt April 25, 2016 at 8:02 pm

    Miss Ross another student n trouble again so what ya gine say now ? this time one get stabup i think so pin on ya card on ya and go back there

  3. Alex Alleyne April 25, 2016 at 8:59 pm

    I take it she listen too much to the song by ETTA JAMES that has a line in it …”Knife ,gun and razor to.

  4. Green Giant April 25, 2016 at 10:22 pm

    Don’t try to discredit Ms. Ross over this incident. All she is saying is that there are teachers in the system with issues as well. So rather than looking at the students alone, we need to examine the entire issue less we discard the baby with the bath water.

    Whenever we follow the emotional outcry of the public without paying attention to the facts, we ere on the wrong side of the line. I can remember like yesterday when the public, teachers included was saying that boys were in crises. Back then some people in the know were making it clear that it was indeed young people and not only boys. Well the evidence is now clear, so rather than criticize Shelly Ross we should listen to her. Though hers is a voice crying in the wilderness it doesn’t mean she’s chasing shadows. We who feels it knows it.

  5. Donna Harewood April 26, 2016 at 1:09 am

    Gosh, some of you Bajans can’t separate issues at all. Students have issues. Some teachers have issues. We want BOTH addressed not just one. Sheesshh!


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