A teenager had her hair ripped out and was viciously beaten by another student over shoes she found in lost property.
Frankie Leadbeater was walking home from Lees Brook Community School in Chaddesden, Derby, when she was approached by a “big group of girls”.
One of the group members then confronted Frankie claiming she was wearing her trainers, which had been found in lost property.
Frankie was punched and kicked onto the ground, suffering blows to her head which resulted in concussion, reports Derbyshire Live .
Her mum Zara Notcutt said Frankie “tried to run” but was unable to get away during the attack on Wednesday, February 13.
She says the 15-year-old had her hair ripped out and suffered bruises and scrapes to her face as well as a cut to her right eyelid.
Mrs Notcutt said: “It was one girl and she had just been hit until she was on the floor. Someone took her back to the school after it happened.
“We took her to A&E at the hospital after it happened and they treated her for concussion. She had bad vision in her right eye for a while but that’s recovering.
“She told me that she doesn’t really remember much about it because of being hit in the head.
“She’s just scared to go back to school and felt uneasy about seeing the student who did it. I don’t know how I’m going to get her to go back".
Mrs Notcutt said that Frankie has not gone back to Lees Brook and she is considering sending her daughter to another school because of the attack. She is still recovering at home.
She also said that the school was unable to confirm if anyone has been suspended or excluded after the incident.
Because of the injuries that her daughter sustained, Mrs Notcutt decided to report the incident to the police.
A Derbyshire police spokesperson confirmed that an investigation into the attack is ongoing and no-one has been arrested.
A spokesperson from Lees Brook Community School said: “Any incidents of this nature are dealt with under the school’s behaviour policy with parents kept fully informed of the outcomes”.
Anyone with any information is being asked to call police on 101, quoting the reference number 19*78496.
They can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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