The school that Shamima Begum and two other schoolgirls attended before they left the UK to become Islamic State brides today said it had introduced “robust” initiatives to prevent pupils being radicalised.
In 2015 the school was criticised for failing to do more to spot the girls could be at risk, after a friend had travelled to join IS just two months before.
Mulberry said it was now a “very different” school. Measures in place include personal, social and health and economic education, a pastoral house system, and “strong parent liaison”.
The Home Office has been granted permission to challenge a ruling made by the Court of Appeal in July that Begum should be allowed to return to the UK to fight the removal of her British citizenship.