A struggling pupil at a Trojan Horse-linked school in Birmingham was denied extra classes because she was a girl and didn't wear a "hijab", a senior Government worker claimed.

Anthony Dunne made the allegation as part of his evidence against five teachers who worked at the former Park View Educational Trust, which ran three schools alleged to have been at the heart of a plot to Islamise the curriculum.

Lindsey Clarke, Razwan Faraz, Hardeep Saini, Arshad Hussain and Monzoor Hussain are all accused of professional misconduct by the National College For Teaching & Leadership (NCTL).

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