Our expert says:
does her school have a counsellor, or access to counselling as I think this would be a helpful step in her speaking out about what is troubling her.
Many people in their early teens have increased anger and aggression, but unless she begins speaking to someone about this you will not relly know what is going on. Often when people express anger - especially in young people they are actually sad or unhappy about something.
I would advise that you contact the school and ask about the possibility of counselling, as until she speaks about it you will have no idea of how serious the situation is for her.
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