I'm really sorry to hear about what you're experiencing at school from these other students when you're outside of the classroom. It sounds like it would be very difficult at times in knowing what to do. I think it's really positive that you are able to ask for help via Healthshare.
Although you may feel scared to inform you parents, it could be really helpful for them to know, so that they are then able to help support you and look out for you. I think it could be beneficial for you to see either your School Counsellor or a Counsellor outside of school. This would offer you a safe place to discuss how the bullying is impacting you, how to address the situation, and learning how to manage the bullying, for example, how to respond to the bullying etc.
If you feel that seeing a Counsellor in person might be too overwhelming, then perhaps you can contact the Kids' Helpline like Grant mentioned, or even Headspace. Headspace offers both telephone counselling and online counselling among others. https://headspace.org.au
It is really important for you to feel safe at school, so, I encourage you to seek the support you need, as you don't have to struggle alone, nor do you have to go through this challenging time alone. Help is out there, if you allow others to assist you.
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