Dilworth School bosses have acknowledged historical procedures for dealing with allegations of sexual abuse were inadequate – but say cases were reported to police and some resulted in convictions.

Trust board chairman Aaron Snodgrass said the school was unable to comment on the specifics of current seven cases which are now before the courts. It also wasn’t appropriate to comment on individual cases relating to old boys.

However, the school did apologise to students for the way…

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