IBB’s child abuse lawyers are currently representing a victim who alleges they were abused at Hailey Hall School, in the 1970’s and 1980’s.
Hailey Hall School in Hertfordshire was, in the 1970s and 80s, as it is today, an institution for boys with learning or emotional difficulties. Typically, students excluded from mainstream education or who had previously committed crimes attended here, and it has continued to educate students with similar difficulties to this day.
We are supporting a victim of alleged abuse at Hailey Hall to obtain justice and compensation for the assaults and trauma they have suffered.
If you were a child who attended Hailey Hall School in the 1970’s or 1980’s, the parent of a child who attended at this time, or if you worked at Hailey Hall School in the 1970s or 1980s, you could be in a position to help a victim obtain justice, support and compensation they deserve, which may help them recover from the effects the child abuse.
Contact us in confidence today on 0333 123 9099, firstname.lastname@example.org, or through our online contact form.
We are keen to hear from anyone who attended the school or worked there, to help those who deserve justice and support. Your call will be treated in confidence.
We offer a free consultation to discuss the circumstances of your case. We will not need you to provide any specific details of the assaults, when we first speak to you. Our experienced childhood abuse solicitors and sexual assault solicitors will ensure that you feel safe. We will deal with your enquiry conference, with compassion and sensitivity.
We are supporting a victim of abuse at Hailey Hall School, Hertfordshire, to obtain justice, support and compensation for the abuse and trauma they have suffered.
Philip Dyke, Convicted Sex Offender
Mr Phillip Dyke, was convicted of charges of gross indecency and indecent assault in 2013.
A former teacher at the school, Dyke held the position of loco parentis, taking responsibility for boarders. Over an eight-year period Dyke abused his position, taking students to his flat on the school grounds, to sexually assault them.
After one former student came forward about the abuse, police appealed to several others who attended during this period. From those contacted, 30 responded with information relating to Dyke and he was eventually charged with indecent assault, gross indecency, buggery and of taking an incident photograph. He was convicted at St Albans Crown Court in 2013, to 8 years in prison.
It was heard that one of the things which attracted Dyke to the school was the chance to see naked boys showering. One victim claimed that Dyke waited for him after taking a shower and approached him wearing only a towel, asking him to go to his flat. Others claimed that they were groomed with alcohol and cigarettes to spend time with the teacher before they were eventually assaulted.