Two years after the Trojan Horse scandal, children in Birmingham are still not being kept safe, The Head of Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilshaw has warned.
In a newly published letter, the Ofsted chief inspector says he has continuing concerns about the performance of the city's council and its ability to protect and ensure the safety of its children.
In 2014, Birmingham found itself at the centre of the so-called Trojan Horse controversy, which centred on an alleged move by a small group of hard-line Muslims to seize control of a small number of the city's schools.
The allegations sparked investigations by several agencies including the Department for Education and Ofsted.
Sir Michael's latest letter to Education Secretary Nicky Morgan states that the local council had failed in its duty to help schools to keep pupils safe from the potential risks of radicalisation and extremism.
Sir Michael Wilshaw said:
Birmingham City Councillor Brigid Jones, cabinet member for children, families and schools, responded to Sir Michael's report.
A Department for Education spokeswoman said: