Tragically a 16-year-old girl who came to the UK from Poland was found hanged in the toilets of her school Because she had been bullied.
Dagmara Przybysz came to Britain with her family nine years ago and was tragically found dead last may in the toilets of her school.
The corner who is reviewing her death has evidence that she was subjected to bullying, cruel comments and racism from her classmates which played a huge part in her death.
Police and paramedics were called to the Pool Academy in Cornwall but it was too late nothing could be done to save her.
Dagmara has used website ask.fm to talk about the bullying she was suffering and the taunts classmates were giving her.
Answering a question about what problems she had at school, she replied ‘racism’, adding that it makes her sad when friends say things behind her back.
The comments were made three years ago, but, after her death, several friends referred to continued problems.
But Detective Constable Craig Daddow, of Camborne CID, said ‘We spoke to many pupils and we gathered evidence that there were incidents in which Dagmara was bullied by a group of girls and she was also pushed in a corridor on one occasion.
‘We did not speak to any individuals about the bullying because we do not want to worry them that they are in trouble in a criminal way.’