The police investigated after a viral video appeared that another scholar had attacked the Syrian exiles.
Officers who deal with the event at Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, are a racially adversely affected.
The victim can be seen walking across a field when another pupil appears to pull it to the ground and his / her; cracking water against him as a crowd of schoolchildren watching.
The movie is disturbing the last passive; grow up and walk away, how the attack will be heard; continue to abuse her.
Sky News has come to a decision not to show its & # 39; video.
Yorkshire West Police was made aware of the event for a month ago, but the picture has just emerged and has been divided into thousands of times.
"The police inspect a report on a religious attack of a 15-year-old man. The event was brought to the police on October 25 at about 1pm," said West Police Yorkshire.
"The person who was suffering from walking over some habitats, when a 16-year-old man was arrested and pushed on the floor. "
The force said that the incident is being treated as an aggressive adverse impact and issues are ongoing.
The pupils report to the Almondbury Community School in Huddersfield.
Trevor Bowen's School Leader said: "Student safety and welfare is very important to us and this was a really tough event.
"We can not comment on because we support the police with the investigation but I want to be clear that we are not accepting inappropriate behavior of any kind of school us. "
:: Anyone who has seen the event or has any information will be asked to contact the police by 101 to number the number of crime election numbers 13180537716 or information can be passed to Crimestoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.