A shamed teacher jailed for abusing pupils at a former school for troubled boys in Fife is appealing his conviction.
Paul Kelly, 64, was jailed for 10 years after he and head teacher John Farrell 73, were convicted of sexual abuse against six pupils more than 30 years ago.
The pair preyed on youngsters at St Ninian’s in Falkland, Fife, which was run by the Christian Brothers organisation.
Farrell was jailed for five years at the High Court in Glasgow, for his crimes.
On Thursday the judiciary department confirmed Kelly has lodged an appeal against his conviction.
Both Farrell and Kelly continue to deny abusing boys at the school.
Both were convicted after a 13-week trial of a total of 11 charges involving six victims both placed on the sex offenders register.