IES Breckland is the first school run for profit in Britain. IES - which stands for International English Schools - is a Swedish company which runs a chain of for profit schools in Sweden.
In 2012 the company won a ten year contract from the government to run a free school in Brandon.
This contract will pay the school a maximum of £21million.
The Operating Manager of IES Sweden, Peter John Files, took questions from ITV News Anglia earlier this week about what mistakes the company had made, and whether IES owed parents an apology for such a damning Ofsted report.
The full Ofsted report into IES Breckland has now been published. The school has been rated inadequate in every category and placed in special measures.
You can read the full report here.
IES Breckland's new principal, Alison Tilbrook, has said that she is working to get the school out of special measures as soon as possible.
Earlier this week ITV News Anglia put Ofsted's criticisms to her, including their finding that some children's learning in English had declined since starting at the school.
ITV News Anglia's reporter Elodie Harper also asked whether the UK's first for profit school had yet made any money.
Matthew Hancock, MP for West Suffolk and Skills Minister is defending the free school programme in light of IES Breckland being branded inadequate.
Ofsted’s report will say teaching at the school in Brandon is inadequate but Mr Hancock says the school is already taking action.
He’s also defended the free school programme saying overall results are better than in maintained schools.
Click below to watch Jonathan Wills interviewing Matthew Hancock MP
A flagship free school in Suffolk has been branded inadequate by the education watchdog, Ofsted and put into special measures.
ITV News Anglia has learned that IES Breckland, the high school at Brandon, was praised just a few months ago by the Department for Education.
But an inspection by Ofsted in January which will be published later this week takes a very different view. It says the teaching was inadequate, students were not making progress and some lessons were disrupted by bad behaviour.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Education Correspondent Elodie Harper
A flagship Free School in Suffolk, which was Britain's first profit-making state school, has been put in special measures by Ofsted.Read the full story ›
Britain's first for profit school has been placed in special measures by Ofsted.
I has been judged inadequate. The Suffolk school was inspected in January.
A report which is due to be published on Thursday by OFSTED will say the IES Breckland in Brandon school is inadequate. The Suffolk Free School has been open for 15 months and replaced Breckland Middle School.
A 73-year-old man found dead at a house in Suffolk on Wednesday had been involved in an affray five days earlier. The body of Peter Shea was discovered at Manor House Close, Brandon.
Police investigating the death are looking into the circumstances surrounding a fight** in the Market Square on Friday 27 September, when Mr Shea suffered a fractured shoulder.
Two MPs have called on Network Rail to re-introduce a manned crossing at Brandon Station near Thetford.
It follows complaints from motorists about lengthy delays.
Drivers say the barriers at the crossing are down for too long after new equipment was installed a year ago.
Local MPs Elizabeth Truss and Matthew Hancock say putting a man back on the crossing will save huge amounts of time and money.
Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 24-year-old man from Brandon.
Christopher Knox hasn't been seen since Monday 1 July in the Hardwick Lane area of Bury St Edmunds.
He is described as white, around 5ft 10ins tall, of slim build, with a pale complexion, dark brown hair, clean shaven and hazel eyes. He was last seen wearing jeans, a red tracksuit top and white trainers.