Christianity assembly held 'especially' for inspectors

An assembly on Easter and Christianity at Oldknow Academy in Small Heath had been put on "especially" for the benefit of Education Funding Agency inspectors, a report has said.

The findings will make clear that staff told inspectors "they had been instructed to add Christianity to learning because of our visit".

A timetabled literacy lesson at the school was also switched for a religious education lesson on Christianity, according to the report.

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