A mother has shared a heart-breaking image of her 10-year-old daughter in hospital after she attempted suicide over bullying.
Jess Brown, 27, took daughter Lilly-Jo to A&E at Worcestershire Royal Hospital after she refused to eat and 'took tablets'.
The mother-of-three said her child was 'fighting for her life' following 'months of bullying' from another female pupil at Witton Middle School in Droitwich.
Ms Brown said she had been battling to get her daughter to go to school every morning and had spoken to teachers 'every day' for 12 weeks to try to resolve the situation to no avail.
She blasted Lilly-Jo's school, saying they failed to offer her daughter the proper support.
The single mother said: 'I knew Lilly wasn't right on Monday because she wasn't eating and seemed really withdrawn after school.
'I sat her down and she admitted she'd taken some pills. I took her to the GP and he said we should go straight to hospital.
'I thought my daughter was going to die. I am disgusted my daughter is being bullied yet nothing is being done about it.
'Nobody seems to want to help at all. We will not be sending her back to the school, it's not worth the risk.
'The doctor said if we had left her two more weeks, she would be dead. I'm not going to bury my child.
'My daughter is fighting for her life because of bullying.
'She had been going downhill, not eating, a lot more tired than she used to be.
'We're backwards and forwards to the doctors. She admitted she was being bullied straight away.
'You never expect see your own daughter on her 10th birthday in hospital after a suicide attempt. It's heartbreaking.'