There is a risk that the exam grades of pupils at schools at the centre of the Trojan Horse scandal may have been affected as a result of the disruption caused by the affair, it has been suggested.

Sir Mike Tomlinson, education commissioner for Birmingham, said there was undoubtedly an impact on the education of some children in the city.

He also said he had banned the term "Trojan Horse" amid concerns that it was having an impact on the morale of teachers.

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