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Six schools in Islam Trojan Horse plot in Birmingham face closure after inquiry finds they did too little too protect children from
- Three month inquiry by school watchdog found female staff were intimidated
- Radical governors were ‘demanding prayer breaks and religious assemblies’
- Comes after similar claims that local officials knew of problem years ago
- Around 20 schools are currently being investigated by Ofsted and police
Six schools at the centre of an alleged Islamist takeover plot are facing radical reform and evenÂ closure after being officially judged as failing, it emerged last night.
A three-month inquiry has found the Birmingham schools did too little to protect children from extremism and female staff were intimidated.
One of the six, Golden Hillock, has been rated ‘inadequate’ in every criteria. A leaked copy of its Ofsted report says ‘staff views are polarised’ about leadership and that sex and relationships education has not been delivered properly.
It found the school’s ‘policies have been given scant consideration’ and its ‘equalities policy is not fit for purpose’. It adds that ‘understanding of other religions is scant’ and Religious Education classes focus primarily on Islam.
The six schools face being put into special measures by Ofsted, which investigated 21 schools in relation to an alleged ‘Trojan Horse’ takeover plot in Birmingham by Muslim fundamentalists.
- Ofsted blasts Birmingham school at centre of ‘Trojan Horse’ plot for ‘failing to protect pupils’ from extremists as it emerges officials were warned about hardline Islamists trying to take-over schools in 2008
- Teachers to be offered training to combat Muslim radicalisation in classrooms in wake of the Birmingham Trojan Horse scandal
- Gove ‘knew about Muslim schools plot four years ago’: Education Secretary accused of sitting on warnings that Islamists were trying to take over Birmingham schools
The shocking claims – which emerged in March – were that a ‘five-step’ strategy had been drawn up by hardliners intent on ‘Islamising’ schools by ousting unsympathetic teachers and governors.
The allegations included claims that pupils were illegally segregated, with girls forced to sit at the back and side of classes, along with suggestions that radical preachers were invited to speak to children.
Birmingham City Council and the Department for Education are carrying out separate inquiries. Ofsted is expected to release its full findings next week, but schools have already received their individual reports.
GOVERNOR IN ‘PLOT’ WAS OFSTED INSPECTOR
Work: The man accused of masterminding the Trojan Horse plot, Tahir Alam, has been working as an Ofsted inspector, according to the BBC
The chairman of governors at the centre of the alleged Trojan Horse plot has been working as an Ofsted inspector, it was revealed yesterday.
Tahir Alam has been implicated in the conspiracy involving the alleged takeover of state schools in Birmingham by Muslim hardliners.
The 45-year-old is chairman of governors at Park View School, one of 21 schools being probed by the education watchdog, the Department for Education and Birmingham City Council.
Ofsted yesterday confirmed that Mr Alam has worked as an ‘additional inspector’.
The watchdog uses inspectors from three private contractors and Mr Alam’s name appears on a list published by Tribal, according to the BBC.
The Tribal listing from January 2013 says Mr Alam has been working as an inspector since 2010.
Mr Alam has not worked for Tribal since May last year, but he is also listed by another contractor, CfBT, on a document dated October 2013.
It is understood that he has not undertaken inspections on behalf of Ofsted since this date.
In 2007, Mr Alam co-authored a document for the Muslim Council of Britain which called for state schools to ‘take account of Muslim sensitivities and sensibilities with respect to sexual morality’ with ‘girlfriend/boyfriend as well as homosexual relationships’ treated as ‘not acceptable practices according to Islamic teaching’.
Golden Hillock was given the lowest rating in the achievement of pupils, quality of teaching, behaviour and safety of pupils and leadership and management.
The first point made in the report is that ‘too little is done to keep students safe from the risks associated with extremist views’.
It warns pupils are not being adequately shielded from radical views and that female teachers complained of ‘feeling intimidated by the way in which some male members of the school community speak to them’.
Being placed in special measures allows the Department for Education to replace the schools’ governors and possibly senior teachers, including heads. Closure is also an option.
The other five schools are Park View School, Nansen Primary, Washwood Heath, Saltley and Oldknow Academy.
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