Two organisations are hoping to challenge a decision in the Court Of Appeal which looks at gender segregation in education.
The intervention comes after OFSTED used a new ‘British Values’ threshold to call out a Muslim school on its policy of separating boys and girls in class. A bold move by OFSTED, which has been accused by the school’s legal counsel of singling out the school to make a point.
A good summary of the case can be found in a press release published by One Law For All:
“School X segregates its pupils based on their gender. From the age of 9 to 16, boys and girls of Muslim background are segregated for everything – during lessons and all breaks, activities and school trips.
The school was…
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