Ofsted has revealed five of the 21 schools investigated following allegations of a takeover plot by hard-line Muslims are to be placed in special measures after receiving ratings of "inadequate".
A sixth school - Alston Primary - is already in special measures.
The Birmingham schools that received ratings of "inadequate" are as follows:
Park View School - Alum Rock
Ofsted found the school's work to raise students' awareness of the risks of extremism was inadequate while external speakers were not vetted properly, including those who speak to students "as part of Islamic-themed assemblies".
Students are not taught how to use the internet safely or effective sex education
Equality of opportunity is not promoted well
Few opportunities for students to learn about different beliefs and cultures
A "significant number" of staff have no confidence in senior leaders or governors
Staff believe governors inappropriately involve themselves in the school
Some feel intimidated and are fearful of speaking up against the changes
Leaders and governors do not evaluate the academy's work rigorously enough
Golden Hillock School - Sparkhill
Ofsted's report, which finds Golden Hillock School "inadequate" in all categories, states too little is done to keep students safe from the risks associated with extremist views.
Some staff are concerned about perceived unfairness and lack of transparency
Some female staff complain they are spoken to in an "intimidating" manner
The equalities policy is not fit for purpose
Leaders do not adequately monitor progress of specific groups
Nansen Primary School - Birmingham
The primary school was found to be "inadequate" when it came to governance, safety, pupils’ cultural development, equal opportunities and the teaching of religious education.
Body does not adopt effective strategies to develop pupils' awareness of extremism
Pupils' understanding of different traditions or religions is not developed
Pupils are not taught how to deal with different types of bullying
Teachers are not given reasonable scope to carry out day-to-day activities
Many staff are fearful of losing their jobs if they challenge decisions
Oldknow Academy - Small Heath
Ofsted said the chair and other governors exert too much control over operational matters and endeavour to promote a "particular and narrow faith-based ideology" in a non-faith school
Governors do not safeguard pupils from risks of radicalisation and extremism
Small group of governors endeavouring to promote narrow faith-based ideology
Many staff members are afraid to speak out against the changes taking place
Recruitment arrangements inadequate
Pupils and staff not equipped well enough to deal with risk of extreme views
Saltley School and Specialist Science College - Small Heath
Many governors refuse to accept that the school is in a state of crisis and interfere with the day-to-day running of the school.
Some staff feel intimidated by their colleagues and feel they cannot talk freely
Neither senior leaders nor governors can be sure whether students are safe
In a few lessons students are disrespectful to each other and staff
Leaders have no confidence in the governing body
Very little teaching across the school is good
Alston Primary School - Bordesley Green East
As this school was already in special measures, Ofsted did not make a judgement on its leadership and management. However it suggested:
Interim executive board must regularly discuss, review and evaluate safeguards
Review and update key policies, including those on equality and discrimination
Engage with local officers to keep staff and pupils safe from extremism risks