Muslim girls' school is criticised for all-female staff: Ofsted orders college to introduce male role models after inspection
A Muslim girls' state school which recruits only female staff has been criticised by Ofsted inspectors for a lack of male influence on pupils.
Feversham College in Bradford has been told to introduce male role models to its 'all-female environment'.
The 664-pupil school was visited by inspectors last month as Ofsted's 'Trojan Horse' probe into attempts to impose a strict religious agenda on schools was extended beyond Birmingham.
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