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Queensland yearly Educational incidents report

Posted 09-23-2013 at 12:24 AM by Strike Witch
A miniature horse named "Shotty" at Yeppoon State High School had symptoms resembling the Hendra virus during a rapid decline in health on November 14.

Two students in front of a Bunsen burner received minor burns after a teacher conducting an experiment inadvertently turned the tap back on instead of off at a DDSW school on July 10.

A student had a javelin lodged in her back after helping to measure distances during a Physical Education Sports assessment at a Metropolitan region school on November 23.

A Brisbane State High School student's boat struck a dead body in the Brisbane River during girls' rowing training, with 15 other pupils and two coaches close by on May 3.

Murrarie State School staff were confronted with a large amount of blood in their school toilets and splattered across the school grounds on March 23.

Students had to resit Maths B, Maths C, Physics and ESL English exams at a school in the south east region after a pupil accessed and copied material from the school's network, after a male teacher gave students access to his computer a number of times over May and June.

Four classrooms were evacuated at Frenchville State School in August after a thermometer in an incubator with chicken eggs set to hatch, burst. Liquid beading found among the eggs led to it being treated as a mercury spill.

On 22 October - a student free day - the body of a young man was found in a far north Queensland school covered playground area.

About 100 vaccination syringes were found buried in the school grounds of the Northern Peninsula Area State College at Bamaga in February when landscaping was done.

At Aitkenvale State School five chickens were killed in an act of vandalism in the school's permaculture area in November. Two chickens survived.

Biloela State High School community members were confronted with dead galahs around the school grounds, which the local council said was potentially the result of a poisoned food source.

A nail penetrated a student's earlobe and slightly pierced the surface of a boy's skull during a nail gun injury in class at a DDSW school on July 19.

A child was found in the toilets, where their peers got changed before boarding a bus for swimming, leaving the one pupil behind "and a little upset" at a school in the Central Queensland region in March.

A student who brought a "trick" pen that gave electric shocks to school and used it on other students was hospitalised after he shocked himself a number of times and felt unwell in the central Queensland area on April 19.

Wynnum State School's principal reported she had to open up her school at 1.30am for a police "commando" base for the dog squad, officers and negotiators during a siege in the local area in February.
Total Comments 4


Phylum's Avatar
Two chickens survived.
Thank god.
Posted 09-23-2013 at 02:47 AM by Phylum Phylum is offline

Varrok's Avatar
I wish our schools were as funny at bad/tragic situations.
Posted 09-23-2013 at 03:00 AM by Varrok Varrok is offline

Nepsotic's Avatar
My favourite was the blood splatter one.
Thank god.
My thoughts exactly.
Posted 09-23-2013 at 07:33 AM by Nepsotic Nepsotic is offline

MA's Avatar
3rd bulletpoint from the bottom. the fuck's all that about? and the one underneath that. i just imagine the kid using a pen wired up to a car battery in his schoolbag.

truly shocking.
Posted 09-23-2013 at 08:36 AM by MA MA is offline


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