In June our sister paper the Luton [England] News reported that Rabia Girls’ and Boys’ School had been panned by inspectors for “patchy” teaching and a curriculum which “only scrapes the surface of what it means to be a good citizen in Britain”.
Concerns were also raised over the differing subjects provided for the 269 pupils at the girls’ school, in Portland Road, and the boys’ school, in Dunstable Road.
A follow-up visit has found that the independent school, which charges £2,000 in annual fees for its pupils, has not fully addressed the problems.
A report published on Monday reads: “Boys have more time to study the national curriculum subjects.
“Older girls do not have the same opportunities to study science in a practical way because they do not have the same access to laboratory facilities that the boys have.”
It adds: “Opportunities for girls to develop a range of skills in physical education are limited because of the available outside space on their site. “Boys visit a local sports centre with greater facilities and they have the opportunity to learn how to swim.”
Inspectors also found that the school’s newly introduced design and technology curriculum “limits girls to activities related to knitting and sewing”.
Read the rest here.
And why do the girls not have access to the same laboratory facilities as the boys? Are they segregated according to sex? Of course in Islam, females are seen as inferior to males, physically and mentally, and are to be confined to the home unless accompanied by a male guardian or family member.
Where are the British feminists? Are there any British feminists left or has sharia law overtaken the whole country?