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Elderslie High School assault: Year 8 student attacked while waiting for bus by bullies

Disturbing moment schoolgirl is viciously punched and kicked by a bully at a bus stop – as two 13-year-old girls are charged with stalking and assault

  • Year 8 student ruthlessly set upon while she waits at a bus stop by a school bully
  • The girl from western Sydney’s Elderslie High School was punched and kicked
  • Police charged two 13-year-old girls with stalking and assault over the incidents
  • NSW Department of Education say both attackers were suspended by the school

Horrific footage has captured the moment a 15-year-old girl is set upon by high school bullies while waiting for her school bus home.

The incident took place at a bus stop outside western Sydney’s Elderslie High School on Tuesday afternoon and involved students from the school.

The vision showed a girl in Year 8 being ruthlessly punched and kicked by another student before another attacker joined in.

She suffered ‘bruising and lacerations to her head, arms and upper body’ NSW Police later confirmed.

As a result, two girls, both aged 13, were suspended and then charged by police and will face court a week before Christmas.

Horrific footage shows the moment a teenage girl is set upon by high school bullies while she waits for her school bus home

The incident took place at a bus stop outside western Sydney's Elderslie High School (pictured) on Tuesday afternoon and involved students from the school

The incident took place at a bus stop outside western Sydney’s Elderslie High School (pictured) on Tuesday afternoon and involved students from the school

The footage began with a female bully taunting the attacked student by shouting ‘look at me’ while the victim sat at a bus stop.

When the girl didn’t answer or look at her, the attacker then slapped her in the face.

The student then grabbed the victim by the hair and slammed her onto the footpath.

She then proceeded to punch the Year 8 student multiple times to the head before standing over her and stomping her head into the concrete.

Another student then joined in, kicking the girl while she lays on the ground.

Other students surrounding the girl being attacked and were seen laughing, shouting and filming the incident.

The vision finished when another student became involved, separating the girls.

NSW Police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that two girls, both aged 13, were taken to Narellan station on Wednesday morning and charged.

‘One was charged with two counts of stalk/intimidate intend fear physical harm, and assault occasioning actual bodily harm; the other was charged with one count of stalk/intimidate intend fear physical harm, and assault occasioning actual bodily harm,’ a NSW Police statement said.

The vision shows a girl in Year 8, ruthlessly punched and kicked by another student before another attacker joined in, before the attackers were pulled away by another student

The vision shows a girl in Year 8, ruthlessly punched and kicked by another student before another attacker joined in, before the attackers were pulled away by another student

A spokesperson for the NSW Department of Education confirmed the two attackers were suspended 'first thing' on Wednesday morning

A spokesperson for the NSW Department of Education confirmed the two attackers were suspended ‘first thing’ on Wednesday morning

‘They’ve been granted bail to appear at a children’s court on Monday 19 December 2022.’

A spokesperson for NSW’s Education Department confirmed the two attackers were suspended ‘first thing’ on Wednesday morning.

‘Late last night, the school was notified of a fight involving three students that occurred after school yesterday off school grounds,’ the spokesperson said.

‘The incident was investigated first thing this morning by the school, resulting in the immediate suspension of two students.

‘Support is being provided to the victim by the school and the incident is also being investigated by NSW Police.’ 

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