The head of a grammar school which came under fire after it told pupils they could not continue their A-level studies has been suspended.
Aydin Onac has been suspended from his role at St Olave's Grammar School in Orpington.
The school found itself at the centre of a row after it emerged parents were pursuing legal action over its decision to withdraw places from two sixth-formers who had failed to achieve certain grades - preventing them from carrying on into Year 13.
Judicial review proceedings against the governing body of St Olave's began with claimants arguing the school's decision was a form of unlawful exclusion.
Lawyers said pupils had failed to achieve Bs in any of their subjects taken in the first year of sixth form.
Dr Paul Wright, chair of St Olave's governing body announced Mr Onac had been suspended: