A 16-year-old boy who was stabbed outside his college in King's Cross sustained non life-threatening injuries.
The incident near Westminster Kingsway College on Friday (November 17) resulted in pupils at the college being evacuated by police.
Officers from Metropolitan Police arrived at the college in Gray's Inn Road at around 3pm along with the London Ambulance Service.
The boy was taken to a central London hospital and is understood to be in a stable condition.
A spokesman for the college told how the student stumbled into the building after the stabbing and received first aid from staff while they called the emergency services.
The spokesman told getwestlondon : "We can confirm that a student was injured in an incident close to the college this afternoon.
"The student subsequently came into the college where staff were able to help him, provide first aid and call an ambulance. We are cooperating fully with the police.
"We understand that the student’s injuries are neither life-threatening nor life-changing and everyone at the college wishes him a speedy recovery."
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