Source: Daily mail
An Islamic school that tried to suppress its critical Ofsted report can finally be named after a legal challenge by the Daily Mail.
Al-Hijrah School in Birmingham was criticised for segregating pupils and keeping books in its library that advocated beating wives.
Inspectors said the state-funded school needed to be put in special measures for issues including a breach of equality law.
But, in the first case of its kind, the school challenged Ofsted in the High Court, meaning the report is still being withheld from parents a year on from the inspection.