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The Bradford prep school has been rated inadequate by Ofsted

Inspectors also wrote that the boys “dominated” the playground and their behavior was “often rowdy”.

They also expressed concern that the school does not teach “tolerance and respect for different relationships, beliefs or cultures”.

“Stereotypes that girls are emotionally weaker than boys are not being challenged,” the report continued.

“Equality is only taught through the lens of Islamic values.”

Inspectors also said the school “does not focus enough on preparing pupils for life in modern Britain”.

It also “does not plan enough for important teaching about relationships, British values ​​and equality”, according to Ofsted.

The report said: “The school’s practice of segregating staff by gender limits the sharing of information about student learning.

“This prevents the development of a cohesive and progressive curriculum.”

In terms of safeguarding, the report says “staff have not received sufficient legal training to enable them to identify and support pupils who may need help”.

Ofsted told the school it needed to ensure staff were “implementing a well-planned and progressive program of personal, social and health education to support pupils’ wider personal development”.

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