Parents of pupils at the much-criticised Al-Madinah free school in Derby will hold a public meeting tonight to discuss their concerns.
Trustees, governors and parents will meet at the Indian Community Centre at 6pm.
It comes after the chair of governors stood down amid a storm of criticism of teaching practices, including an Ofsted report labelling the school "dysfunctional".
A controversial Muslim free school in Derby has been branded 'dysfunctional' and 'in chaos' by Ofsted inspectors.
The Schools Minister has declared he is 'even more convinced' of the need for 'urgent action' to be taken at the Al Madinah free school.