Segregation in faith schools does not offend Equality Act: High Court

UK Human Rights Blog

largeThe Interim Executive Board of X School v Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills  [2016] EWHC 2813 (Admin) – read judgment

The principal issue in this  application for judicial review was whether a mixed school unlawfully discriminated against its male and/or female pupils by making “parallel arrangements” for their education in the same building or by applying a regime of “complete segregation” for all lessons, breaks, school clubs and trips. There was no evidence that either girls or boys were treated unequally in terms of the quality of the education they received (in the sense of one sex receiving a lower quality of education than the other).

This case raises a point of general public importance as to the true construction and application of key provisions in the 2010 Equality Act. As the judge observed, it was a point which had not arisen before, and so should be answered on…

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