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Three schools linked to 'Trojan Horse' probe given clean bill of health
Three Birmingham schools inspected by Ofsted following the Trojan Horse controversy have been given a clean bill of health.
Inspectors found governance and leadership to be either good or outstanding - the highest rating available - and concluded children-safeguarding standards were being met.
Ninestiles School - an academy in Acocks Green and Small Heath School, and Washwood Heath Academy, are the first to publish the results of their inspections.
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