Government intervenes at school 'taken over' by Muslim radicals
Secondary to be placed in special measures by Ofsted as parents and staff detail campaign of 'Islamisation' in city
The Birmingham school at the centre of an alleged campaign of "Islamisation" by Muslim radicals is to be placed in "special measures" by the Government's education watchdog in a move that could see its head teacher and governors removed.
Park View, previously rated "outstanding" by Ofsted, will be downgraded to "inadequate", the lowest possible score, in the category of leadership and management, senior education sources said.
This enables Ofsted to place the school in special measures, allowing the watchdog, if it wishes, to remove the school's entire leadership.
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