Trojan Horse allegations found hollow

21st February 2016: Trojan Horse claim rejected
BBC reports, ‘ A head teacher’s claims of a “Trojan Horse” Islamic takeover at a school have “no basis”, a council investigation has found. Patricia O’Donnell, head of Clarksfield Primary School, Oldham, also alleged she had received death threats. Oldham Council said it investigated the claims made in December but concluded, in a report leaked to the Sunday Times it had “no concerns” about any schools. The report would remain confidential, the council said.’ click here
14th  October 2016: Teachers’ bans quashed
BBC reports, “Lifetime bans handed to two teachers after the so-called “Trojan Horse” inquiry have been quashed. Inamulhaq Anwar and Akeel Ahmed were banned from teaching in February. It followed allegations the former workers at Park View secondary school in Birmingham had imposed “an undue amount of religious influence in pupils’ education”. A High Court judge has now ruled they were treated unfairly.”  click here.
1st  September 2016: Teacher cleared over ‘Christmas’ allegation
BBC reports, “The case against a teacher accused of stopping Christmas and Diwali celebrations at a school has not been proven, a disciplinary panel has ruled. Asif Kahn, who worked at Oldknow Academy in Birmingham, had faced allegations of misconduct. A National College of Teaching and Leadership panel heard the allegations against him in November, although Mr Khan did not appear at the hearing. The Professional Conduct Panel has said it did not find the case proven.  Oldknow Academy was one of several schools investigated amid claims of a Muslim hardliners’ plot to control them; known as the Trojan Horse affair”.  click here.
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