Pupils 'unprotected from extremism'
A school is not protecting its pupils from the possible risks of extremism and should go into special measures, an Ofsted report has said.
Governors at Carlton Bolling College, Bradford, met the needs of Muslim students, but did not take sufficient account of other faiths, it said.
The report, seen by the BBC, said students needed more opportunities "to recognise extremist views".
But Faisal Khan, chair of the governors, said it was "full of inaccuracies".
Ed Thomas reports.
- From the section UK