The schools watchdog has been accused of "ignoring" the bullying of Christian students following a in-depth investigation into radicalisation of pupils at a group of schools in Birmingham.

Colin Hart, director of the Christian Institute, a pressure group and a charity, has said Ofsted and the Department for Education (DfE) have given "inadequate attention" to the "bullying of Christian pupils".

His remarks follow a recent letter from Sir Michael Wilshaw, the schools' chief inspector, addressing the issue of schools caught up in the so-called Trojan Horse scandal, which alleged Muslim groups were seeking to gain control of schools in Birmingham.

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