Jailed: Michael Ellis (L) Patrick Marshall (C) David Sansom (R)
Two other former staff at £35,000-a-year St Paul’s have been convicted of possessing obscene images of children.
The scandal can be reported after rowing coach Patrick Marshall was jailed for 17 years at London’s Southwark Crown Court yesterday.
Marshall, now 70, preyed on boys at the school in Barnes, south-west London.
Former rowing coach Patrick Marshall was jailed for 17 years
Former PE teacher Michael Ellis, 70, was jailed for eight and a half years for assaulting two teenage boys.
And David Sansom-Mallett, 73, received 14 years for rape and indecent assault.
Former history head Keith Perry, 73, and classics master Anthony Fuggle, 60, admitted possession of obscene images of young boys.
Perry got two years prison suspended for two years in 2014.
Michael Ellis, jailed for eight and a half years and David Sansom was jailed for 14 years
Fuggle got a four-month suspended sentence in 2015.
Fuggle had been at Colet Court, the preparatory school for St Paul’s.
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Marshall, of Churt, Surrey, was found guilty of 24 counts of indecent assault.