An impartial investigation has been launched into the incident which noticed a picture of the Prophet Muhammad proven in a lesson at a Yorkshire college, sparking protests.
Protesters gathered outdoors the West Yorkshire college on Thursday and Friday final week after the trainer was suspended, frightening a nationwide debate that includes typically polarised views.
Batley Multi Academy Trust stated in assertion on Wednesday that an inquiry panel would start work inside a fortnight and stated: “We understand everyone will want clarity as soon as possible.”
“We believe the right way forward is for an independent investigation to review the context in which the materials (which caused offence) were used, and to make recommendations in relation to the Religious Studies curriculum so that the appropriate lessons can be learned and action taken, where necessary.”
The statement added: “We will continue to support the whole school community as the investigation progresses, including all school staff and students.”
The belief stated it anticipated the result of the investigation in direction of the top of May.