Pupils at Islamic school spoke out against segregation, High Court told



Pupils at an Islamic faith school have spoken out against the segregation of boys and girls, the High Court has been told by a schools inspector.
The inspector was giving evidence in a legal battle over a controversial Ofsted report on School X, which cannot be identified for legal reasons.
The inspector told Mr Justice Jay, sitting in London, that a number of pupils had told him they felt segregation "was having a negative effect on being prepared for life in modern Britain".
The inspector said: "One young woman referred to it as 'dumb'."
The inspector said boys had... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 28
Source: Belper News
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