Leeds Grammar School was a private school for boys in Leeds, West Yorkshire. The school still exists today but is now known as The Grammar School at Leeds following a merger with a local girls’ school. The school was previously located at Woodhouse Moor before moving to Alwoodley Gates.
Complaints of sexual abuse were made by a number of former pupils of the school against Christopher Slater, a former teacher, leading to his arrest in late 2013. He admitted a number of offences of indecent assault early in 2015 and was sentenced to 4 years and 4 months’ imprisonment. The offences were committed between 1976 and 1992, and he had also previously been suspended from work in 1999 following similar allegations by another pupil.
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