Trojan Horse-linked Oldknow Academy not improving enough, warn Ofsted
Inspectors say three out of four of the scandal hit schools visited are improving
A school at the centre of the Trojan Horse scandal is not doing enough to turn itself around, education watchdogs have revealed.
Ofsted has published its latest monitoring inspections of four of the five schools involved in a plot by hard-line Muslims to take over their governing bodies.
Three were said to be making "reasonable progress" but Oldknow Academy in Small Heath was criticised for not improving enough since it was put in special measures in April.
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