26 November 2015

Senior leaders pushed for non-faith 'Trojan Horse' linked schools to be Islamised, hearing told

Four senior leaders at Birmingham schools linked to the so-called Trojan Horse plot "were pushing for them to become increasingly Islamic", it has been claimed.

Former chair of governors Tahir Alam, principals Monzoor Hussain and Hardeep Saini, and executive headteacher Lindsey Clarke led the drive to Islamise the three non-faith schools run by the Park View Educational Trust, claimed its former HR manager Gurpreet Ghillion.

Her claims came as part of her evidence against five former PVET senior leaders in a disciplinary hearing by the National College for Teaching & Leadership, in which Mr Hussain, Ms Clarke, Arshad Hussain, Razwan Faraz and Mr Saini are all accused of professional misconduct. [Birmingham Mail] Read more