Bernard Haunch teacher abuse victim speaks out


A victim of a former teacher jailed for life for abusing two children at a school in West Sussex has said he did not know how to report the attacks on him.

Ben Tinniswood waived his right to anonymity to talk about the effect of the abuse 30 years ago.

Bernard Haunch, 72, from south London, has been found guilty of a total of 10 sexual offences involving the two children between 1975 and 1983.

Haunch was a French teacher at the now-defunct Fonthill Preparatory School in Coombe Hill Road, East Grinstead.

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