Faith School Bans Pupils From Meeting 'Outsiders'
Ofsted gives a "good" rating to a religious school which threatens to expel its students if they socialise with "outsiders".
A Muslim boarding school has been rated "good" by Ofsted, despite threatening to expel students if they mix with other children.
The Institute of Islamic Education in Dewsbury was praised by the education watchdog despite its pupils being taught not to speak to the media and being banned from watching TV, listening to the radio or reading newspapers.
Last week David Cameron criticised some faith schools in a speech on extremism, saying that improving integration was part of the "the struggle of our generation".
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