Chloe West, the 14-year-old student who was stabbed in the face and neck on her way to school last Friday, has been released from the hospital.

To ease the minds of her concerned supporters, West posted a light-hearted Facebook status that read, “hey peoples im out now, feel like ive been headbanging for ages but im good x thanx to everyone who has been by me ILoveYou all xxxxx” [sic].

The status was met with a slew well-wishes from classmates, friends, and family. Many were pleasantly surprised to hear that the brave teenager made such a quick recovery, only spending three days in hospital care after being viciously attacked while walking to school.

Samuel Tomlinson, 18, West’s alleged ex-boyfriend, knifed the young girl in the upper body and face at approximately 8:50 in Stourbridge, West Midlands. West was airlifted to Birmingham Children’s Hospital, where she received treatment for her critical but stable injuries.

Tomlinson has been charged with attempted murder and is due to appear before magistrates in Dudley on Monday.

West’s parents, Rosemary and Nigel West of Stourbridge publically thanked their daughter’s pupils and others for coming to her rescue during the incident.

They said in a statement: “We would like to thank all students, parents and teachers who helped Chloe at the scene.

“Without their help, Chloe would have received even more injuries. We do not know the names of all those who helped but we look forward to meeting them as soon as we can.”