Maitland Grossmann High School: Disturbing events at school where Michael Kable ... trends now
Frustrated parents have spoken out about violent incidents at a high school where a metalwork teacher allegedly assaulted a student in the classroom this week.
Michael Kable, 62, was charged after being filmed allegedly assaulting a disruptive student at Maitland Grossmann High School on Tuesday afternoon.
Thousands of supporters have signed a petition supporting Mr Kable, some claiming that he had suffered verbal and physical abuse from students for years.
He admitted to Daily Mail Australia: 'At the end of the day, I did the wrong thing'.
Now, two parents have come forward to complain about their children allegedly being brutally attacked by their peers at the school.
One family reported a schoolgirl to police after she allegedly punched their son in the head 15 times during class.
A mother - who cannot be named for legal reasons - told Daily Mail Australia her son was in a class on March 8 when a disruptive female student was told to leave the room.
Outraged parents (one pictured) have come forward to share their stories from Maitland Grossmann High School - where a teacher allegedly assaulted a student this week
As the child was walking out, 'she couldn't walk past his chair, so she (allegedly) grabbed his head at the back and went to slam his head on the table', the parent said.
'When he resisted, she punched him around 15 times.'
Despite two teachers being in the classroom, the parent said no-one intervened or called an ambulance.
'He had a concussion,' the parent said. 'I had to come pick him up and take him to hospital.'
The girl was suspended from school and the matter was reported to police.
A NSW police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia the girl attended Maitland Police Station on March 20.
She was dealt with under the Youth Offenders Act - which sees children given warnings and cautions rather than being dealt with via the court system.
Mr Kable (pictured) is accused of grabbing a student and pulling him across a desk in a classroom
Meanwhile, another parent of a student at the school said he is 'still waiting on police to follow up' after his son was allegedly attacked by fellow students on two separate occasions.
In the first incident, his son was allegedly assaulted by two boys on a bus, with a girl who rushed in to help also allegedly being punched in the head.
'She didn't know him at all.. The school said they would deal with it,' the father wrote online. 'Three months later the boys' friend assaults my son [again].'
Despite the alleged incidents, the father claimed staff told him they wanted his son to continue travelling on the bus and could not stop him from being allegedly bashed.
'I have to drop him in a carpark next to a private area so he doesn't go near the public section as they can't stop the [alleged] assaults,' he said.
'[This] second time the boy is serving 10 days suspension and [I'm still] waiting on police to follow up.'
The other parent Daily Mail Australia spoke to, whose son was allegedly assaulted by a girl, said school staff were 'fully supportive' after coming