Professional Conduct proceedings against “Trojan Horse” teachers have started in Coventry this week
- Related Member(s):
- Claire Darwin
- Related Practice Area(s):
- Discrimination and Equality, Education Law
A Professional Conduct Panel in Coventry has commenced hearing the case brought by the National College for Teaching and Leadership against five of the teachers who taught at the so-called “Trojan Horse” schools in Birmingham. The proceedings are expected to last until December 2015. Examples of media coverage can be found here.
Claire Darwin is representing Razwan Faraz, instructed by Edward Cooper of Slater & Gordon.