A row has erupted in the heart of one of Britain’s wealthiest villages after local children were allocated places at a controversial Sikh school despite failing to name it on application forms.
More than a dozen children living in rural South Buckinghamshire – mainly from atheist or Christian...
Monday, 22nd November 2010 - 07:52CET
British pupils taught how to carry out Sharia punishments
Pupils at Islamic schools across Britain are being taught how to chop off a criminal's hand and that Jews are conspiring to take over the world, A BBC investigation found today.
Up to 5,000 pupils...
Let Sikh pupils wear ceremonial daggers, judge says
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Britain's first Asian judge Sir Mota Singh says Sikhs should not be banned from wearing kirpans to school or work
Britain's first Asian judge has called for...
Children were given a religious education lesson with a difference when their class was taken by Roop Singh, a Sikh. Mr Singh, of Leeds, taught the Year 5 and 6 pupils at Triangle Primary School about his parents' life in India, explained the reason for his turban and more about his culture...
Sikh bracelets, but no Christian rings at school bans pupils from wearing 'purity rings'
Mon, 19 Jun 2006 11:10:05 GMT
A group of teenage Christians have been banned by a secondary school from wearing "purity rings" as a symbol of their religious belief in chastity until marriage.