A college has denied there's a 'culture of violence' on their campus, despite shocking video emerging of two teens pummeling each other in a corridor.
Students looked on and filmed the violence as the boys traded blows, reportedly just yards from staff offices.
The incident at Hugh Baird’s 14-16 College is understood to have been taken just before Christmas, report the Liverpool Echo.
But the 'culture of violence' allegations made by one parent were strongly denied by bosses at the Bootle college, who said there was zero tolerance for fighting.
Nikki Kerr, 37, from Netherton, claimed the Balliol Road college was struggling to control fights and bullying in corridors and classrooms.
The mum shared two clips with the Liverpool Echo to highlight the issue after they were posted on social media.
Another clip, which we have chosen not to use because of the bullying nature of its content, shows a small boy being pushed around and goaded by another pupil while other children watch.