Two schools in Birmingham which plunged into special measures after being tied up in the Trojan Horse scandal have fought their way out.

Nansen Primary and Rockwood Academy – formerly known as Park View – were deemed 'inadequate' when they each received their last full inspection in April 2014.

However, education watchdog Ofsted has now rated both as "good" in a major milestone following Trojan Horse – an alleged plot by Islamists to take over some Birmingham schools.

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