Sir Michael Wilshaw praises Sinai School


Sir Michael Wilshaw, Chief Inspector of Schools for Ofsted singled out Sinai Jewish Primary School in his recent article on defending criticism against Ofsted’s inspections of faith schools.

In his article in The Independent Newspaper he cites Sinai School as an example of a school that is  “quietly getting on with the task of ensuring all their children are being prepared for life in the complex, diverse society in which we now live”

He states

“Schools like Sinai Jewish Primary School in Brent, where inspectors found that pupils are “proud to be Jewish” but also “enjoy working with pupils from different ethnic and religious backgrounds”.

Read the full article entitled “It’s ludicrous to accuse inspectors of a witch-hunt against faith schools