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Police called after reports of disorder at 'Trojan horse' school in Birmingham
Police are investigating an ugly confrontation between the headteacher of a primary school that came under scrutiny during the Trojan horse probe and a group of parents.
Officers were called to reports of disorder at Welford primary in Birmingham after a group of parents allegedly attacked the efforts headteacher Jamie Barry is making to improve diversity and inclusiveness at the school.
It is understood that around six police cars attended the primary school in the Handsworth area of the city and helped calm the situation. Officers are investigating whether any offences took place.
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