Three schools subject to fresh Ofsted inspections following allegations of links to Islamist extremists have been given a clean bill of health.
A total of 21 schools across the city have been inspected following 'Operation Trojan Horse' allegations, concerning alleged attempts by Islamists to seize control of schools across Birmingham.
Three schools, Ninestiles School, Small Heath School and Washwood Heath Academy, today published letters which showed Ofsted found governance was either good or outstanding.
The leaking, from her department, of a letter to Michael Gove, raises serious questions for the Home Secretary to answer.
One school was praised by Ofsted for using money from the pupil premium to pay for a number of cultural trips to Saudi Arabia.
Six Birmingham schools will be rated 'inadequate' and several more downgraded. Council officials have been criticised for failing to act.