A 71-year-old former teacher who sexually abused boys has died in prison.
Two men are due to appear in court to answer a total of 26 charges of multiple historic sexual abuse of young boys at a former childrens’ home in Singleton, according to police.
A Roman Catholic priest who sexually abused boys at an abbey school in the 1970s and 80s has been sentenced to 18 years in prison.
A former housemaster at Christ's Hospital School, Horsham has been jailed for four years for sexually abusing four of his pupils.
Peter Webb, former teacher, at a top private school is due to be sentenced for a string of sexual offences.
A former Farnborough PE teacher and athletics coach, Richard Hilary, was sentenced to 15 years in prison after sexually assaulting five girls under the age of 16 when he was a teacher.
He targeted five victims, aged from 11 to 15, who were groomed by Hilary and urged to engage in sexual activity with him.
Hilary was convicted of 14 counts of indecent assault against five girls between 1978 and 1984 when when he was a teacher at The Wavell School in Farnborough and a coach at Winchester Athletics Club.
He also spent 12 years as headteacher of Chamberlayne Park School in Southampton, Hampshire, after the alleged offences took place.
Officers have spoken to more than 200 people to "identify victims and witnesses", Surrey Police said.
A FORMER Hampshire PE teacher and athletics coach “abused his position” in order to sexually assault five different girls, including some as young as 11, a court heard.
Survivors from across the UK told the BBC they were routinely abused and that the religion's own rules protected perpetrators.