Press Censored as ‘Inadequate’ Islamic School Given Special Protection in High Court

A high court judge has been slammed for giving special protection to a strict Islamic school which is trying to quash a highly critical Ofsted report, forcing the press to censor its name and location.
What has been labelled “School X” caters for children from ages four to 16 and separates boys and girls from age ten, for all lessons, lunchtimes, clubs and trips. Inspectors rated it as “inadequate”, claiming the enforced gender segregation policy made girls feel inferior.

Pupils at the taxpayer-funded institution even told inspectors they did not want single-sex lessons because it “wouldn’t prepare them for modern life in Britain”.