|Attacked: Therese Reinheimer-Jones|
Head of Student Engagement and Enhancement Therese Reinheimer-Jones curled herself up in a ball as she was kicked and punched by 25 year-old Benjamin Kalo.
He was convicted of assaulting her at the Penrhyn Road building on March 2, last year and sentenced to a Mental Health Hospital Order.
She told Wimbledon Magistrates Court during the trial: “My forehead was punched. I banged my head on the large confidential waste bin and then felt a kick to my back. I was in the foetal position.
I saw one of my colleagues and and just grabbed her, hugged her in fear.
“I had bruising to my face and ears, a large bump to the back of my head. I had concussion and was in A & E for several hours.
“I had a bruise on my side, where I was kicked and felt very frightened for several weeks.”
Kalo was arrested a week later at Chinese fast-food restaurant Hotcha in Downend Road, Kingswood, Bristol on March 9.
Officers found him armed with a large kitchen knife and he also had 1.8g cannabis on him.