The headteacher of a school at the centre of the "Trojan Horse" scandal asked for help recruiting "white people" to boost diversity, it was claimed.

Monzoor 'Moz' Hussain left a senior colleague at Park View Educational Trust (PVET) agog when he asked her just weeks before the scandal hit the headlines: "You have got to help us stop this being a crap P**i organisation."

PVET, now called CORE Education Trust, used to run three of the five schools at the heart of the scandal - Nansen Primary, Park View Academy and Golden Hillock School. Park View has since been named Rockwood Academy, while Golden Hiillock has been taken over by the respected Ark academy chain and is now called Ark Boulton Academy.

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