11 Jun '14

News Two Bradford schools drawn in to Trojan horse row

Carlton Bolling head quit over disagreements with governors while Ofsted inspectors raised concerns over Laisterdyke collegeTwo schools in Bradford with predominantly Muslim pupils have come under suspicion for practices similar to those seen in Birmingham during the Trojan horse investigation.The BBC reported that the previous headteacher of Carlton Bolling college, a state secondary resigned in 2012 after disagreements with the school's governors, while minutes of governors' meetings suggest that efforts were made to segregate boys and girls in sex and relationship education classes and in after-school activities. Continue reading...

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