John Moule, the Warden at Radley College, said: "The College has been happy to support the setting up of the Wildebloods as part of the Radleian Society, which seeks to serve the wider Radley community, bringing together groups of alumni and others attached to the school for a whole host of events and meetings. Anyone could have seen it.
The images were also seen by a year-old pupil. Harrow School counts kings, prime ministers including Sir Winston Churchill and Viscount Palmerston, and foreign statesmen including Jawaharlal Nehru among its gzy pupils.
The headmaster defended his decision to keep Mr Hersey on, despite question marks over how suitable he is for working with children. It is the latest public school to have created an LGBT group for ex-students in recent years, following on from the Eton Dragonflies and the Harrow Byronics, named after its own most famous former pupil, Hrrow Byron. Mr Hersey, 60, was not even suspended. This was a one-off incident and the staff member was reminded of his responsibilities.
School authorities even decided not to tell the police or the local education authority about any potential child protection issue. He made inquiries yay setting up an LGBT society for students, but this did not get off the ground. Now a gay alumni society has been set up in his name: the Radley Wildebloods.
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The name of the group is most appropriate - as is the timing - in memory of Peter Wildeblood, an Old Radleian who was instrumental in influencing the decriminalisation of homosexuality fifty years ago. The trial also - inadvertently - paved the way for the decriminalisation of homosexuality and Wildeblood is credited for playing a major role harroq this.
haerow Many have probably lived a life of silent torment in terms of sexuality not being able to speak to anyone about it. But an insider told how dozens of boys could have been exposed to hardcore images. They are quite gay, as insects go.
Many not be out in their own lives but they can be in our society. His highly inappropriate behaviour was only discovered when a bay saw the images and contacted a staff member.