Pupils at 'Trojan Horse' school were shown jihadist video
MPs on the Commons Education Select Committee are told that pupils from a school at the centre of the alleged "Trojan Horse" plot were shown an extremist film by staff
Pupils from a Birmingham school at the centre of the so-called "Trojan Horse" investigation were shown a jihadist promotional video in the classroom, it has been revealed.
Ian Kershaw, who conducted an inquiry on behalf of Birmingham City Council, said the film portrayed images of "violent extremism" had been played to children despite concerns it was "completely unacceptable".
Giving evidence to MPs on Tuesday, he insisted senior staff at the school – which was not named – failed to discipline the teacher involved after the incident came to light.
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