The former headteacher of a Trojan Horse-linked Birmingham school has claimed she was forced to quit after "bullying, intimidation and harassment".

She said she could not have coped "physically or emotionally" any more before she resigned in 2012 after four years as head of Nansen Primary in Alum Rock.

The teacher, who is Muslim and who cannot be named for legal reasons, spoke out while giving evidence during a National College for Teaching & Leadership (NCTL) hearing where former leaders of the former Park View Educational Trust (PVET) are accused of professional misconduct.

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