Retired Boundary Oak teacher admits indecent assaults

A retired boarding school teacher from Hampshire has admitted six counts of indecent assault on male pupils.

Nicholas Quest, 59, of Linden Grove, in Gosport, pleaded guilty to the charges at Portsmouth Crown Court.

Police said the offences against the boys, aged nine to 13, took place from 1975 up to 1989.

Quest was a teacher at Boundary Oak Boarding School near Fareham at the time. He is due to be sentenced on 16 August.

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