West Sussex

West Sussex

Barlavington Manor, near Petworth, 

Beechfield Children’s Home, Copthorn, Crawley, West Sussex

Colwood Adolescent Unit, Haywards Heath, West Sussex

Copthorne Prepartory School, West Sussex

Dalesdown Preparatory School, West Sussex

Fonthill Preparatory School, East Grinstead

Goring Hall, Goring-by-Sea, Worthing, West Sussex

Hurstpierpoint College, West Sussex

Ifield Hall, Crawley, West Sussex

Muntham House, Horsham, West Sussex

Seaford Head Community College, Seaford, West Sussex

Stoke Brunswick Prep School, East Grinstead

 

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2 responses to “West Sussex

  1. cathy fox

    This is chichester and else in sw I think http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diocese_of_Chichester In 2011 the Archbishop of Canterbury appointed an enquiry into long-running child protection problems in the diocese. The interim enquiry report found that there had been “an appalling history” over two decades of child protection problems, and many children had suffered hurt and damage. Because of concerns that safeguarding still remained dysfunctional, Lambeth Palace took over the oversight of clergy appointments and the protection of children and vulnerable adults in the diocese.[4][5] Previously Baroness Butler-Sloss had carried out a review of historic child sex abuse problems that had led to the conviction of a priest in 2008.[6]

    On 13 November 2012 two former clergy of the diocese, including the former Bishop of Lewes, Peter Ball, were arrested by police investigating allegations of child sex abuse in the 1980s and 1990s. The arrests followed the submission of reports by a safeguarding consultant from Lambeth Palace to the police.[7]

    On 5 April 2013 Hove Crown Court convicted Michael Mytton and the Revd Keith Wilkie Denford of sexually assaulting boys between 1987 and 1994 when they had been at St John the Evangelist’s Church, Burgess Hill in the Chichester diocese; Mytton as organist and Denford as vicar.[8] St John the Evangelist’s had employed Mytton despite his having been forced to leave a parish in Uckfield in 1981 because he was convicted of committing two acts of gross indecency with a 12-year-old boy.[8][9] Denford was jailed for 18 months and Mytton was given a suspended jail term.[10]

    In July 2013, following a ruling by the General Synod, the Church of England formally apologised for past child abuse and the church’s failure to prevent it.[11]
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