Gateshead Jewish school criticised over lack of 'tolerance of those with different faiths'

Gateshead Jewish school criticised over lack of 'tolerance of those with different faiths'
 

A Jewish school has been criticised for not doing enough to encourage tolerance between people of different faiths, cultures and sexual orientations.
In an Ofsted report Gateshead Mechina was rated ‘inadequate’. Inspectors reported that they were concerned that pupils were lagging behind in secular academic subjects.
The school had been classed as ‘good’ at its last inspection, in 2009. It caters for 130 boys, aged between 10 and 16, all from the Orthodox Jewish community.
The latest report said that while pupils made good progress in religious subjects, and in maths, their achievement in... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 32
Source: Sunday Sun
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