Another video depicting a deplorable act of violence at Bega High School has been shared on social media, the second in 12 months.
On Friday night, concerned readers informed the Bega District News of the appearance of the new video doing the rounds.
It shows a young boy in BHS school uniform and red baseball cap attack a fellow student from behind, grabbing him by the jumper, shoving him up against a concrete wall and them both then trying to throw several punches at each other.
A female member of staff is also in the footage and looks to be calling on the boys to stop.
A young female student with long dark hair wearing a yellow jumper and torn jeans then leaps in to attack the same boy. The girl ends up sitting astride the boy punching him repeatedly in the head as he lies on the ground trying to protect his head with his arms.
This time a male teacher of staff stands above the pair along with the woman and appears more focused on preventing the boy in the red cap from rejoining the fray than stopping the vicious assault.
In June 2018, a vicious assault on school grounds that was also filmed and shared widely on social media was roundly condemned and led to the principal sending parents a letter to say the school had a zero tolerance to bullying and that the children involved were being dealt with through the school's disciplinary code.
The 13-year-old student who assaulted another young girl at the school in that instance pleaded guilty in Bega Children's Court and sentenced to a 12-month good behaviour bond.
More to come