Banham Marshalls College (formerly the Old Rectory) was a private school near Attleborough in Norfolk. An investigation was launched in 2003 by Norfolk Police and social services which resulted in members of staff at the school being convicted of cruelty against children and indecent assault between the early 1970s and 2003.

The former owner and headmaster of the College George Robson and his brother Anthony Robson, known as Mr Thomas, were convicted of numerous child cruelty offences. The College’s caretaker David Clarke was also convicted of an offence of child cruelty.

Many former students have successfully claimed compensation for abuse suffered there.

Jordans Solicitors have a dedicated team of highly specialist lawyers who can ensure your claim is handled sensitively, enabling you to secure the best level of compensation from those responsible for your traumatic experiences.

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