Ofsted has apologised to an independent Orthodox Jewish girls’ school in Stamford Hill for publishing its report ‘erroneously’ .
A report of an inspection of Beis Malka Girls’ School last June appeared on the Ofsted website without the school being given the chance to respond to the draft report.
An Ofsted spokesperson said: “We found that the school inspection report was erroneously published before it should have been and we have apologised to the school for this.”
The report was found to be accurate and is now formally published on the Ofsted website.
School governor Rabbi Dovid Spitzer told the Jewish News: “We strive to be an outstanding school and are working on some of the areas that the original report highlighted.
“We aim to provide the best possible education to our children.”
Beis Malka Girls’ School, run by the Orthodox Belz community, was slammed last year for threatening to expel children whose mothers drove to school.
The school did not respond to a request for comment.