A senior group of South Australian imams has condemned the board of an Islamic school over the recent removal of a moderate Muslim teacher, alleging the board's actions were "un-Islamic".

Parents of students at the Islamic College of South Australia at Croydon today staged a boycott, keeping their children at home for the day because of concerns about school management.

Former and current students have also highlighted cultural changes at the school, with some reporting bans on girls and boys sharing corridors.

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