An independent Islamic school criticised after sectarian documents were discovered is now 'meeting standards' according to the same watchdog.

Ofsted criticised Abu Bakr in Walsall last year after the material which express 'partisan political views' was found in a store room and declared the school did not do enough to promote British values.

But now a year on they have noted improvements at the £1,700-a-year secondary on Kent Street, which has more than 200 pupils.

Their latest report made direct reference to the concerning discovery in 2016.

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