A headteacher whose school was embroiled in the Trojan Horse scandal has been replaced weeks after another damning Ofsted inspection.

Acting principal Razia Ali was said to be "on secondment" from her role at Saltley's Nansen Primary – one of five schools plunged into special measures as a result of the furore.

A re-inspection by the education watchdog last month found she and the senior leadership team "have not demonstrated the capacity to improve this academy quickly enough".

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