Educational institutions should never treat pupils less favourably because of their sex, or for any other reason."The school is teaching boys and girls entirely separately, making them walk down separate corridors, and keeping them apart at all times. It places these boys and girls at a disadvantage for life beyond the classroom and the workplace, and fails to prepare them for life in modern Britain" She added: "This case involves issues of real public interest, and has significant implications for gender equality, Ofsted, government, and the wider education sector.For religious reasons, the voluntary-aided school, which has pupils aged between four and 16, believes that separation of the sexes from year five onwards is obligatory.It has complete segregation of boys and girls from nine to 16 for all lessons, breaks, school clubs and trips.so the natural question is are muslim women allowed to date and have premarital sex? easily popped into my head as chat with my friend everyday. honestly, I thought the OP was a troll looking to excite people. As humans, we make mistakes and sin from time to time.
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The judges said there was "a strong argument" for the Education Secretary and Ofsted "to recognise that, given the history of the matter, their failure (despite their expertise and responsibility for these matters) to identify the problem and the fact that they have de facto sanctioned and accepted a state of affairs which is unlawful, the schools affected should be given time to put their houses in order in the light of our conclusion that this is unlawful sex discrimination".
Speaking after the ruling, Ofsted's chief inspector Amanda Spielman said the ruling would set a precedent for future inspections.
The judges ruled the segregation caused detriment and less favourable treatment for both male and female pupils by reason of their sex.
"It is common ground that the school is not the only Islamic school which operates such a policy and that a number of Jewish schools with a particular Orthodox ethos and some Christian faith schools have similar practices," they said.