The ex-headteacher of an academy in Birmingham at the heart of the Trojan Horse scandal is alleged to have allowed pupils to be placed "in stress positions" as a punishment, a misconduct panel has heard.

Moz (Monzoor) Hussain is a host of allegations alongside four other former senior Park View Academy staff, including executive headteacher Lindsey Clark.

Bizarre punishments allegedly carried out at the Park View Academy chain which included Golden Hillock and Nansen schools included being forced to stand in the rain, made to stare at bushes and trees, and sitting on floor tiles.

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