School ‘Failed To Protect Pupils From Extremism’

Sky News has learned a Birmingham school facing claims of an Islamist takeover plot failed to protect children from extremism.

An Ofsted investigation said the school – which cannot be named for legal reasons – is inadequate, and strongly criticised the management of the school.

Sky’s Lisa Dowd said: “Well because this school has been rated inadequate it is likely to go into special measures.

“That could see the leadership of the school and thegoverning body being dissolved and replaced.

“And we understand that this won’t be the only school that is rated inadequate when Ofsted publishes its findings into the 21 schools later on this week.”

More follows…

2 June 2014 | 1:35 pm – Source: orange.co.uk
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