Trojan horse school 'ordered some pupils to act as religious police'
The Park View school at the centre of the Trojan Horse allegations trained 160 students to "police" fellow pupils and staff, an official review is told
The concerns over the "Trojan Horse" plot revealed by an official report include claims that dozens of pupils were recruited as "religious police" to spy on fellow students and staff.
More than 150 pupils at Park View school were tasked with reporting behaviour "deemed unacceptable by conservative Muslims" and notifying the headteacher of "staff who speak out of turn", Peter Clarke's review was told.
The review also highlighted fears of children being subjected to "anti-Christian and anti-Israeli indoctrination" at assemblies.
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