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Boy, 12, dreads school after bullies ‘beat him and tried to steal his shoes’

Oskar, 12, was left with a bleeding nose and bruised face after his devastated mother received a worrying phone call after he went to a friend’s house after school

A Barnsley mother says it was her "devastated" when her son Oskar came home from school with bruises and told her he had been attacked
A Barnsley mum says she was “devastated” when her son Oskar came home from school with bruises and told her he had been attacked

A young boy is terrified of school after his mother says bullies hit him, poured water over his head and tried to steal shoes off his feet.

Mother Majeka Majewska, who lives in Darfield, Barnsley, South Yorkshire with son Oskar, received a worrying phone call from him on June 13 as he was walking to a friend’s house after school.

The 12-year-old told his mum he had been attacked by “bullyers” he had mentioned in the past. YorkshireLive reports.

The mother was left in tears and devastated when she went to pick up her son from his friend’s house and saw that he had a bleeding nose and a bruised face.

“Last week they pushed him into a bush and on Monday he came home like that,” she said.







The 12-year-old told his mum he had been attacked by “bullyers” who he had mentioned in the past
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Oskar “feared” school after bullies beat him, poured water over his head and tried to steal shoes off his feet
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“The call was quick. I got into my car in a panic. Deep down I thought maybe it’s not that bad, but when he stepped out of his friend’s house and I saw his nose was bleeding and his face was bruised all over, I cried.”

Oskar’s mother explained that the seventh grader was walking home from school when he was attacked by two thugs.

She claims that Oskar mentioned these two people in the past, but on that occasion they physically attacked him and made derogatory remarks about his Polish origins.

She added: “We are devastated. They took his water bottle from his backpack and poured water on him, which other students saw. They also tried to take his shoes off, he said.

“They not only attacked him physically but also verbally and projected hate speech onto his country of origin. Oscar was born in Poland but we moved here when he was nine months old.

“They have been targeting him during his breaks for days. The school also asked Oskar if they were bullying him. I am absolutely heartbroken.”

Photos of his injuries show Oskar with a bruise around his eye socket and a cut in the middle of his nose.

He also has a large bruise on his right cheek.

His mother added: “It’s disgusting verbal abuse and death threats. Everything starts at home. Teach your children mutual respect, not hate.”

Oskar’s mother said he hasn’t been to school since the incident and would return this Monday (June 20) but was “scared”.

Ahead of his return, she added: “He’s supposed to be back on Monday and he’s dreading it.”







Majeka Majewska, who lives in South Yorkshire with son Oskar, received a worrying call from him as he was walking to a friend’s house after school
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In an email to Majeka, a Netherwood School spokesman said: “We will be fully investigating the incident tomorrow morning – speaking to witnesses etc. His friend is meeting me in the morning to look at photos and identify everyone else involved.”

After sharing the events on social media, thousands shared their support for Oskar. Bianca Jade Pagett said: “Aww I hope everything gets sorted. I hate all bullying xxx.”

Sandie Adsetts added: “This absolutely pisses me off. Just looking at the pictures of the boy makes me want to freak out. I hope Oskar gets better soon, dear, and heals quickly. Greetings to you both, I absolutely despise bullies.”

Andrea Wright said “Aww bless him hope he’s fine xx”

A spokesman for Netherwood Academy said: “While it would not be appropriate to provide specific details on individual cases, we will always thoroughly investigate any student and/or family concerns and ensure we are taking the right steps to protect our students.

“Safety is our top priority and we will always do what we can to ensure our school is a welcoming and safe place for our students and staff.”

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