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Trojan horse school damned in Ofsted report
Park View academy, the Birmingham secondary school at the centre of the alleged Islamist plot known as Trojan horse, will be told next week that it has failed to adequately warn its pupils about extremism and that staff are intimidated by the school's leadership.
A controversial Ofsted report ordered by Michael Gove and leaked to the Guardian will highlight that one of the reasons why the school – previously rated outstanding – will be downgraded to inadequate is that teachers have not received enough training in the government's anti-extremism Prevent programme.
Ofsted's report, due to be published with those into a further 20 Birmingham schools on Monday, says: "The academy is not doing enough to keep students safe, including raising students' awareness of the risks of extremism."
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