Maitland Grossmann student feels ‘punished’ after attack

Helen Gregory
Updated December 2 2018 - 12:27pm, first published 7:00am
Shaken: Rosanne Sorensen said the video of the unprovoked attack was "heartbreaking". She told the school after hearing about the suspension "Shelby will not be going back as long as her assailant is there”. Picture: Jonathan Carroll
Shaken: Rosanne Sorensen said the video of the unprovoked attack was "heartbreaking". She told the school after hearing about the suspension "Shelby will not be going back as long as her assailant is there”. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

A mother whose daughter’s nose was fractured in a schoolyard attack says she feels her family has received more punishment following the assault than the bully.

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Helen Gregory

Helen Gregory

Journalist

Helen Gregory joined the Newcastle Herald in 2010. She is the masthead’s education reporter and has written for the H2 and Weekender sections, as well as across a range of issues. Helen is a Walkley Award winning journalist and was also part of the Newcastle Herald team that won the United Nations World Environment Day Media Award for Environmental Reporting.

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