A failing Birmingham school linked to the so-called Trojan Horse scandal has been told it is on the right path to pulling itself out of special measures.

Inspectors at education watchdog Ofsted have given a thumbs up to the work at Nansen Primary School for the first time since it was rated "inadequate" almost two years ago.

The school was one of five in Birmingham plunged in special measures by Ofsted in April 2014 following snap inspections triggered by the emergence of a letter alleging a plot by hard-line Muslims to "Islamise" non-faith schools.

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