Northern Territory schoolgirl viciously beaten by a classmate at Darwin school

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Northern Territory schoolgirl viciously beaten by a classmate at Darwin school

A brutal attack on a 13-year-old girl by her classmates has been caught on camera.Video footage showed a student walk up to another girl at a Darwin s

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A brutal attack on a 13-year-old girl by her classmates has been caught on camera.

Video footage showed a student walk up to another girl at a Darwin school and ask her classmate ‘why she was talking sh*t?’ in October.

The teenager then started to beat her classmate around the head, as she desperately put her hands up to protect her face.

Video footage obtained by NT News showed a student walk up to another girl at a Darwin school and ask her class mate 'why she was talking sh*t' in October

Video footage obtained by NT News showed a student walk up to another girl at a Darwin school and ask her class mate ‘why she was talking sh*t’ in October

A teacher at the school was forced to step in and stop the vicious attack. 

One relative of the attacked teenager said: ‘Maybe some kids need to be expelled, because they’re going to school to make trouble, not to get an education.’

The relative said the girl has been attacked several times and fears for her safety during break periods at school, NT News reported.

The attacking student has allegedly been suspended. 

A spokeswoman from the NT Education Department said they were aware of the incident. 

‘The safety of students and staff is of the utmost importance, and that is why the school is working with the parents of each of the students involved, and we are assisting as appropriate,’ she said.

A teacher at the school was forced to step in and stop the vicious attack (pictured)

A teacher at the school was forced to step in and stop the vicious attack (pictured)

‘Violence and bullying of any kind is not condoned in our schools, and the department takes these matters very seriously.’

She said the school was teaching well-being lessons each week to help combat violence, as students have the right to learn in safe environments.  

Daily Mail Australia has contacted NT Education for comment. 

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