His parents allege the school breached its duty of care.
“We are concerned about how the school has handled this situation as it seems the incident occurred while there were no teachers present,” Ms Pham said.
In a media statement released by St John Vianney’s Primary School Principal Andrew Mullay, it said the safety of students was the school’s number one priority.
“We take our responsibilities extremely seriously,” he said.
“In accordance with our clear policies and procedures, no form of bullying or violence is ever acceptable,” he added.
“We will continue to offer full support to the family.”
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