A GANG of up to 25 pupils from Copland Community School attacked a woman on her lunch break leaving her with cuts, bruises and teeth marks in her arm, she has claimed.
Siobhan Morris went into Sam's Chicken Shop in High Road, Wembley, at 1.10pm on Tuesday last week, where she says she was threatened, sworn at and then ambushed by the mob.
The 27-year-old told the Wembley Observer one female pupil in particular scratched and bit her before throwing her up against the shop window.
Siobhan, who lives in Wembley, has since had to have a HIV and Tetanus jab.
She said: "I was in the chicken shop with my work colleague, who is three months pregnant, when 20 to 25 pupils from Copland School came in.
"They were being abusive, swearing a lot and being threatening. One girl then tried to push in and I stood my ground. She then came so close to my face I could see her breathe and said she was going to slap me.
"I gave her a slight tap to move out of the way but she grabbed me and a fight kicked off."
Police arrived at the scene to break up the brawl but both women decided not to press charges.
Siobhan then called the school in Cecil Avenue, Wembley, which is now dealing with the incident.
She said: "I can't believe these are the kind of students who are representing the school. What will the younger generation of pupils think? The school should be responsible for their pupils during their lunch break."
But Sir Alan Davies, headteacher, defended the school and the teenager in question, who he says is a first class pupil.
He said: "A member of Copland staff went to the incident and called the police. The school is dealing with the incident from the student's involvement.
"The student has a first class record at the school and as a result of the incident has deep scratches on her face and chest and received medical treatment.
"I am disappointed when adults and youngsters do not get on together but the matter is being dealt with by the school and police."