Discord messages between two schoolgirls who planned out attempted stabbing murder of Perth teacher

Read the frightening messages sent between two teen schoolgirls who hatched an horrific plan to knife a respected teacher to death

  • Message exchanges of two teenage girls about killing school teacher revealed
  • The girls chatted over Discord, discussing when, where and how to do it
  • The incident sent Willetton Senior High School into lockdown last year

Chilling social media messages exchanged between two schoolgirls in the lead-up to the attempted stabbing murder of a Perth teacher have been revealed for the first time. 

The two teenage girls exchanged details of their plan detailing when, where and how they would knife the experienced and respected teacher to death. 

The two female students, aged 13 and 14, allegedly stabbed their 55-year-old teacher Colleen Hayes in the armpit in her office at Willetton Senior High School in November last year, sending the school into lockdown.

The armpit was one of the locations the two girls analysed during their confronting messages on Discord, an instant messaging platform.

Message exchanges between two teenage schoolgirls about their plot to kill an experienced Willetton Senior High School (pictured) teacher were revealed in Perth Children's Court

Message exchanges between two teenage schoolgirls about their plot to kill an experienced Willetton Senior High School (pictured) teacher were revealed in Perth Children’s Court

The two schoolgirls planned how to stab to death the respected Perth teacher on messaging app Discord, planning how, when and where they would do it

The two schoolgirls planned how to stab to death the respected Perth teacher on messaging app Discord, planning how, when and where they would do it

The duo discussed the killing for days, arranging specific details on the day. 

The plan detailed the older girl putting a 32cm kitchen knife in her bag before handing it to her friend for two periods – which included the classes taught by the targeted teacher.

The knife was exchanged at recess, with the older girl asking to talk to the teacher in private before lunging at her attempting to slash an artery. 

The wound fortunately ended up only being 1cm long.

The girl who looked after the knife, aged just 13 at the time, appeared in Perth Children’s Court where the messages with her friend – who pleaded guilty to attempted murder – were shown.

The plan started off with an idea to burn down the school after filling the building with gas and setting it alight.

‘Hey, boss, the stats aren’t looking good. The burn down the school idea isn’t going to be as cool or successful as I thought,’ the older girl wrote. 

In response, the younger girl on October 14 messaged, ‘I think the stabbing idea should take over now.’

The armpit was the location the two girls decided on. The older of the two girls wrote, 'Inside the armpit is a large artery called the axillary artery is actually supplies blood to the arm and extremities...It is so close to the heart if it is severed blood will come out a 'spurting'.'

The armpit was the location the two girls decided on. The older of the two girls wrote, ‘Inside the armpit is a large artery called the axillary artery is actually supplies blood to the arm and extremities…It is so close to the heart if it is severed blood will come out a ‘spurting’.’

In court on Friday Prosecutor Bard Hollingsworth said those nine words showed the younger girl was both a willing and active participant.

The next day, the younger girl said the stabbing would have to wait, because she did not want to miss Halloween.

Just days later the messages restarted talking about where they should stab the teacher to which the older girl wrote, ‘The next target we will need to look at is the armpit.’

‘Inside the armpit is a large artery called the axillary artery is actually supplies blood to the arm and extremities,’ she wrote.

‘It is so close to the heart if it is severed blood will come out a ‘spurting.’

On the morning of the stabbing, as the older girl told the younger girl she had secured a knife, the younger girl replied ‘Noice’.

Children’s Court president Hylton Quail delayed the younger girl’s sentencing until September – after the girl who stabbed the teacher is dealt with in court. 

The younger girl will be remanded in custody until her sentencing date.

It’s believed the teacher is yet to resume her career and is questioning whether to continue as an educator. 

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