Ofsted has concluded that Golden Hillock school in Birmingham could have done more to keep children safe from the risks of extremist views.
But evidence shown to ITV News suggests governors at the school were going beyond accepted normal practice to protect pupils, and yet somehow this has been ignored.
Wales and West of England Correspondent Rupert Evelyn reports:
Golden Hillock will be formally tagged as 'inadequate' tomorrow and put into special measures, but despite allegations of a plot of an extreme Islamic agenda, the report finds no evidence.
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