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Australia Call for security guards at schools after WA girl's jaw broken in brawl

10:07  09 august  2018
10:07  09 august  2018 Source:   9news.com.au

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There are calls for security guards to be placed on the grounds of a school in Perth’ s north, after a shocking brawl that ended with the mother of a student Mobile phone video shows dozens of children fighting outside Butler College and when a mother tries to break it up, some push her up against a car.

There are calls for security guards to be placed on the grounds of a school in Perth’ s north A WA senior constable faces two counts of common assault over a tasering incident in Fremantle 18 months ago. “I’m worried that she goes back to the school and they’re going to turn around and be like

There are calls for security guards to be placed on the grounds of a school in Perth’s north, after a shocking brawl that ended with the mother of a student being bashed.

Mobile phone video shows dozens of children fighting outside Butler College and when a mother tries to break it up, some push her up against a car.

a person with collar shirt: A 15-year-old student who was assaulted in the fight, while trying to protect a year seven student. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd A 15-year-old student who was assaulted in the fight, while trying to protect a year seven student.

A 15-year-old student who was assaulted in the fight, while trying to protect a year seven student, is being treated at Perth Children’s Hospital for three fractures to her jaw.

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There are calls for security guards to be placed on the grounds of a school in Perth’ s north, after a shocking brawl that ended with the mother of a student being bashed. Mobile phone video shows dozens of children fighting outside Butler College and when a mother tries to break it up, some push

There are calls for security guards to be placed on the grounds of a school in Perth’ s north, after a shocking brawl that ended with the mother of a student being bashed. Mobile phone video shows dozens of children fighting outside Butler College and when a mother tries to break it up, some push

Her mother, Sherrie Prince, says she won’t be able to eat solid food for weeks.

“She was crying, her face was quite swollen and it wasn’t until she got in the car I realised the extent of the damage and thought, no, we’ve got to go to the police station, we’ve got to go to the hospital,” she said.

a close up of a street: Dozens of children were fighting outside the school. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Dozens of children were fighting outside the school.

“I’m worried that she goes back to the school and they’re going to turn around and be like; ‘you got us in trouble and here’s another hit.’ I’m worried, she’s had a very trying year, she’s in year 10, and this is just the icing on the cake.”

9 News has spoken to other students who say the violence at the school is so bad they are scared to go to class.

They say fights have become a weekly occurrence.

Parents are also concerned for their children’s welfare and say the Department of Education needs to install security guards on the grounds.


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