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“I have now heard from the Department for Education regarding the outcome of the specific implications for Hasmonean of the recent judgment regarding the segregation of the sexes in coeducational schools,” Andrew Mc Clusky said in a letter to parents.
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The Department for Education has said religious schools that separate boys and girls into different classes can split in two to avoid punishment from Ofsted.
It comes after a landmark ruling by the Court of Appeal last month found a mixed-gender Islamic school guilty of sex discrimination because it did not allow girls and boys to attend the same lessons.
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A Department for Education spokesperson said: “All new or existing schools, whether they are single-sex schools or mixed, must comply with the law and under no circumstances would they be able to circumvent this.
“It is primarily for individual schools to consider what action they need to take to do this.
“So should a school split into two separate single-sex schools, but then provide an education that discriminates against its pupils by reinforcing gender stereotypes, for instance, this is likely to be unlawful.” He called on the Df E to be “very careful” about allowing segregated religious schools to convert to separate single-sex schools, “without assessment of what the pupils in those schools will be taught”.