Jewish school in North London may be closed for not educating kids about homosexuality and gender reassignment. The Vishnitz Girls School educates girls aged 3-8 and it is the 3rd time it fails the inspection because of not following the governmental requirement. The school does not give students a “full understanding of fundamental British values”, according to an Ofsted report which also said the girls “are not taught explicitly about issues such as sexual orientation”. “This restricts pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and does not promote equality of opportunity in ways that take account of differing lifestyles,” it continued, accusing the school of not letting the pupils know about types of relationships, partnerships and lifestyles which exist in modern society. Vishnitz school has 212 pupils and annual tuition fees are £5,200. The Department of Education has the power to force the closure of any private educational institution for not following the demands of government.