SUPPORT for seven-year-old boy left with a gaping head wound after vile bullies pushed him into a metal pole.
*WARNING – distressing images*
Jak suffered injuries so severe he needed surgery and has been in hospital for six days on a morphine drip after the nasty gash became infected, reports Daily Mail.
He has previously been whipped with skipping ropes, stabbed with paper clips and pencils and hit in the face with a tennis racket, his appalled mother Laney said.
The alleged bully, his brother and two other children stamped on the youngster’s head on another occasion at the school in Telford, Shropshire.
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In the latest incident, on March 23, the boy was allegedly hitting Jak and pushed him so hard he hit his head on a metal pole.
Laney, who wishes to remain partly anonymous by withholding her surname, rushed him to A&E when the bump swelled the following day – but medics dismissed his symptoms as concussion.
He is now on a morphine drip in hospital, has undergone surgery to drain a blood clot and puss from his head and had an electric vacuum drain inserted.
Laney reported the incident to police but was told nothing could be done as the alleged bully is under ten.
She said: ‘Jak is lying in a bed on strong medication with tubes coming out of him whilst the bully has carried on with life as normal.
‘My son has been in a hospital bed for six days, not once has the bully missed a break time or received any punishment.
‘I’m appalled at the school that I send my children to for six hours, five days a week to be put in danger and then dismissed.
‘But on top of that the police – people who are meant to protect the public – can’t or wont do anything, but life for the bully continues as normal.
‘We need to stand up to bullies, pull together and make a change.’
West Mercia Police said officers received ‘a report of an assault at a school in the Telford area in which a seven-year-old boy was injured’.
They added: ‘We are currently working with the school and the families concerned to establish exactly what happened.’
Laney claims Jak’s school said he suffered a minor injury which later became infected.
Support offered from an amazing young man
Meanwhile young Campbell Remess, 12, from Tasmania, who makes bears for charity and sick children in hospital, has been super amazing and made Jak his very own Hero bear. You can read more about Campbell here.
Campbell shares, “This bear is for a little boy called Jak. Jak was bullied and hurt at school, he’s hurt really badly and is in hospital.
When I got bullied last year I got a broken bone. Mum and dad my Dr’s and other grown ups helped me,but there were some grown ups that didn’t and they looked after the bullies instead and it kept on happening even after they broke the bone.
The bullies are really bad and the grown ups that protect them and ignore what they do is bad too but the good people are stronger and people will look after you Jak and soon the bullies won’t matter.
Just get better Jak and stay away from them and just stay with good people. There are more good people than bad and everyone in my P365 family is good just ask if you need help.
Jak I’ve made a whole new sort of bear that I’ve started because of your story they are P365 Hero Bears and my first Hero Bear is for you this is Hero Jak you’re going to get better Jak and the bullies won’t matter you’re the real Hero Jak.”
Amazing young man!
We hope little Jak makes a speedy recovery.
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