A prestigious school rocked by child abuse allegations has contacted more than 3,000 former pupils in an effort to uncover historic offences.
Allegations of Gordonstoun pupils being abused first became public two years ago. A number of ex-pupils at its junior school, Aberlour House, claimed they were preyed on by teachers during the 1980s and early 1990s.
Since then, staff have been helping police with their investigation.
And now it has emerged the school has been in touch with thousands of former pupils to ask them to report any abuse they may have suffered while studying there.
Principal Lisa Kerr said it was important to “learn the lessons of the past” in order to ensure the abuse never happened again.
She said: “We have been incredibly proactive in contacting our alumni and saying ‘if you had a bad experience please come forward’.
“If things happened which were criminal, we want…
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