Muslim faith school says inspectors are racist after reports slams them over leaflets branding music and dancing ‘acts of the devil’

A Muslim faith school has accused Ofsted of racism after the watchdog slams posters branding music and dancing as ‘acts of the devil’.

The Darul Uloom Islamic High School said the leaflets – described by Ofsted as evidence of safeguarding weakness – were not found on its premises but at the rear door of an adjacent mosque.

And the independent school in Small Heath, Birmingham, has alleged that an Ofsted inspector angrily refused to take off their shoes during a recent inspection, describing them as ‘extremely belligerent’ throughout the visit.

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