Two more teens charged over sickening schoolgirl attack
UPDATE 2.30PM: TWO more people have been charged following the assault of a 14-year-old girl on a walkway near Yaamba Road, North Rockhampton on Tuesday.
Detectives from Rockhamption Child Protection Investigation Unit today executed a number of search warrants and seized digital evidence.
Two girls, aged 13 and 15 have both been charged with one count of assault occasioning bodily harm. It will be alleged they were parties to the offence.
UPDATE 8pm Wednesday: ROCKHAMPTON Police have charged a 14-year-old girl in relation to the bullying attack on another school girl.
She was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm and also for common assault and stalking in separate incidents.
Meanwhile, the victim at the centre of the brutal school attack which was captured on video has been inundated with messages of support from people throughout Australia.
The teen said she was grateful for the messages and is happy to know she is not alone.
The show of support came after a terrifying video of a prolonged assault on the girl was shown on the internet.
Police are investigating the incident after it came to light on YouTube, sparking outrage across the community.
Glenmore State High School principal Janet Young said the "extremely serious matter" was being investigated and action would be taken against the alleged attacker.
"I will be looking at disciplinary action against any student involved in organising, filming, uploading footage to social media, or even encouraging violence of this nature.
"I make no apology for taking a hard line when the safety and wellbeing of our students is compromised.
"Police are also investigating and because of their ongoing involvement. It is inappropriate to provide any further details about the incident."
Ms Young said Glenmore State High School had a zero tolerance approach to bad behaviour.
"The standards of student behaviour we expect is set by the wider school community and outlined in the school's Responsible Behaviour Plan for students," she said.
"Every student at Glenmore State High School is aware of these standards and the consequences when these standards are not met."
She said if parents has any questions or concerns, they were encouraged to contact her to discuss them.
EARLIER: A VIDEO showing a brutal attack on a schoolgirl in Queensland has shocked students and parents, sparking calls to a local newspaper.
Rockhampton Police have confirmed they are investigating the attack after a video was posted on YouTube.
The video shows a larger girl, being followed by a mobile phone camera, going up to a smaller girl in what appears to be a tunnel on the city's northside.
The larger brunette challenges the smaller blonde girl to a fight, to which she repeatedly declines.
Other students are heard to shout that there is going to be a fight with one student saying that no-one should intervene.
An adult appears to walk past as the younger girl is challenged for the fight.
The smaller girl gets up and walks away but is pursued and then brutally hit with a flurry of punches to the head and upper body.
The girl cowers as she tries to shield the sickening onslaught as her attacker continues with her tirade of expletives.
The video finishes with horrible sounds of the girl running away, crying.
The Morning Bulletin has been contacted by several people who have been extremely upset by the video's contents.