Father Oliver Coss, a governor at one of the 21 schools investigated over an alleged takeover plot by hard-line Muslims, said the claims made against Regents Park primary school were "completely untrue".
Father Coss told BBC Breakfast: "Our school was named in a document, which has become known as the 'Trojan Horse' document, as being one where the head teacher and the deputy head teacher had been removed by an insurgency. Those allegations we utterly rejected.
In case there is any doubt, everyone should know how proud I am of Regents Park School. It is a fantastic place to learn.
"I do think it is right that once criticisms or complaints are made about schools that we see them through and make sure we know that we have answers.
"I think there is a genuine risk of making it seem as though Islam is the same as extremism, or Islam is the same as terrorism, those things are categorically not true."
Michael Gove's assertion that new rules could force schools to actively promote "British values" has sent the Twittersphere into a frenzy.
Five schools investigated in the wake of "Trojan Horse" claims will be put in special measures, while a sixth with remain under sanctions.