GLASGOW City Council has said a school in the South Side of Glasgow is currently working with police after a pupil was allegedly stabbed while on his lunch break.

The development comes as the Evening Times reports on how a 13-year-old boy was attacked in Shawlands this afternoon.

Police rushed to the scene at around 1.30pm, close to Shawlands Academy.

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The force said the teen victim has been rushed to hospital and the extent of his injuries are not known. However, the Scottish Ambulance Service said his condition is not critical.

A spokesman for Glasgow City Council said: “We are aware one of our pupils has been injured in an incident on Kilmarnock Road during the school lunch break and the school is helping the police with their enquiries.”

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "Police were called to a report of a teenager having been stabbed during a disturbance on Kilmarnock Road, close to Skirving Street, this afternoon at 1.30pm.

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"He was taken by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where the extent of his injuries are not known.

"No other people were involved in the incident.

"A 15-year-old has been arrested in connection with the incident.

"Enquiries are ongoing."

A Scottish Ambulance Service spokeswoman added: "We received a call at 1.34pm today to attend an incident on Kilmarnock Road in Glasgow.

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“We dispatched one ambulance and our paramedic response unit to the incident and one male patient was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He is not critical.

“The first unit arrived on scene within two minutes.”