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The husband is to be the leader of the home, loving his wife even as Christ loved the church ...The wife is to obey, respect and submit to the leadership of her husband, serving as a helper to him ...Former pupils of some schools said the insular nature of the communities and pressure to not speak out meant the abuse had been hidden for decades.One warned: “No one outside the schools knows about what happens inside them, that’s why they’ve been able to go on like this for so long.” Following investigation, 10 ACE schools were visited by Ofsted inspectors in October and nine of the schools have now been downgraded from “good” or “outstanding” to “inadequate” or “requires improvement”.Following a strictly fundamentalist interpretation of Christianity, children at ACE schools spend most of the school day teaching themselves by reading textbooks in silence, while facing the classroom walls in specially designed booths, which mean they cannot see children around them or interact with them.Former pupils say this is due to the schools’ belief in individualistic self-salvation, whereby people must actively accept God's salvation to enter heaven.
However, the new inspections commissioned in October say they now have serious concerns about the welfare of children at some of them.
in June of this year found ACE textbooks are teaching children that girls must obey men and their primary role in life is to get married and have children.
One textbook said of the role of women and girls and society: “God has given both the husband and the wife certain areas of responsibility in the home.
But in reality, pastors and church leaders guide men to you.
In my view, it’s grooming.” Students do not sit GCSEs or A-levels but instead receive certificates in “Christian education”, which former pupils say severely limits their opportunities to gain employment or university education, thereby ensuring they remain in the fundamentalist Christian community.