Boy assaulted at Warwick high school

UPDATE, TUESDAY 9.05am: Warwick police are expected to meet with the parents of students involved in a reported assault at a Warwick high school yesterday.  

A teenager sustained minor injuries to his face in the alleged incident just after midday yesterday. 

A police spokesman said no charges had been laid but officers had asked the students to discuss the matter with their parents and come to the station today if they wanted formal complaints to be made. 

MONDAY, 1.05pm: A teenager was not required to go to hospital after sustaining minor facial injuries at Warwick State High School earlier this afternoon.

A QAS spokeswoman said the boy's injuries were minor and ambulances have since left the scene of the incident. 

The Department of Education and Training has declined to divulge details of the alleged incident for the time being in the interest of student privacy. 

A department spokesman said are dealt with very seriously in line with the schools responsible behaviour plan. 

EARLIER, 12.40pm: PARAMEDICS are responding to an alleged assault at Warwick State High School this afternoon.

QAS were called to the Palmerin St campus where a teenage boy is reported to have facial injuries.

It is unclear at this stage how the injuries were sustained.



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