Schools in Birmingham are illegally segregating pupils, discriminating against non-Muslim students and restricting the GCSE syllabus to "comply with conservative Islamic teaching", an official report leaked to The Telegraph discloses.
Department for Education inspectors said that girls in a school at the centre of the so-called "Trojan Horse" plot were forced to sit at the back of the class, some Christian pupils were left to "teach themselves" and an extremist preacher was invited to speak to children.
The report, into three schools in the city, follows weeks of controversy over the alleged plot to "Islamise" secular schools in Birmingham and will lead to calls for intervention. The report focuses on Park View School and its sister schools, Golden Hillock and Nansen, the only primary of the three. Inspectors found that Park View practised forced and discriminatory sex segregation and has "restricted" GCSE subjects "to comply with conservative Islamic teaching".