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Headteacher ‘completely devastated’ after ‘wonderful’ boy pupil, 15, was stabbed to death


The head teacher of a 15-year-old boy killed after being ‘pinned down and repeatedly stabbed’ near his West Yorkshire school is ‘completely devastated’

The teenager was attacked in Woodhouse Hill at 3pm yesterday, and was a pupil at North Huddersfield Trust School.

Emergency services rushed to the area and the boy was airlifted to Leeds General Infirmary, but he was sadly pronounced dead shortly afterwards. 

West Yorkshire Police has described the killing as an ‘absolutely senseless loss of a young life’ and has stepped up patrols in the area of tonight.

Headteacher Andrew Fell said in a statement: ‘It is with enormous sadness that I must tell you that following an incident on Woodhouse Hill Road yesterday one of our pupils has tragically lost their life.

‘The pupil was taken by ambulance to hospital after the incident but despite the most valiant of efforts, medical staff were unable to save their life.

‘This is truly shocking news for our pupils, your children and our staff. We will…



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