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Australia Calls for girl who 'stabbed teacher' to be expelled

11:19  29 october  2019
11:19  29 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Some parents are calling for a girl accused of stabbing a teacher at a Queensland primary school to be expelled.

The 11-year-old girl has been charged with stabbing a 56-year-old female teacher in the shoulder with a knife about 11.30am at Heatley State Primary School yesterday.

The girl also allegedly threatened students before police were left with no choice but to taser her.

a van parked on the side of a road: An ambulance leaves the school. © 9News An ambulance leaves the school.

The girl's father today told 9News his daughter had recently been through a family tragedy and suffers from a health condition.

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Parent Jackie Harmer said her daughter saw the entire incident unfold.

"We are actually going to see the counsellor now," she said.

"The child should be [expelled] definitely, that is not acceptable."

The teacher's injuries were not life-threatening. Other parents told 9News it is time Townsville's youth crime problem was addressed.

"It actually blows my mind," Stephanie Bird said.

"There is an issue that needs to be addressed but it's all up to the government," Donna Jeffries said.

a sign on the side of a road: Police and paramedics seen at Heatley State Primary School. © 9News Police and paramedics seen at Heatley State Primary School.

The Queensland Teachers Union will hold state-wide meetings next month on teacher and student safety.

"What we know is that the Queensland community expects our schools to be safe places, that the people who work there and the students who go there will be looked after by the system." The girl will face court tomorrow.

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