Monday, December 15, 2014

Catholic school blacklisted for extremism in UK

"The Catholic Education Service (CES) is demanding an apology from school of inspectors Ofsted after one of its schools was placed on a blacklist of schools which were failing to prepare students for "life in modern Britain". The school remains on the blacklist despite a recent Ofsted report being amended to remove suggestions that pupils were vulnerable to radicalisation, the Telegraph has reported.
St Benedict’s Catholic School in Suffolk was one of 35 faith schools to be reassessed in snap inspections, following the revelation of the Trojan Horse plot in which a number of schools in Birmingham were infiltrated by Islamic extremists. The school had previously been rated as “good” as recently as 2013, but this was downgraded to “requires improvement” following the snap inspection."

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The only radicalisation here can be found in the chemistry lessons.

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