PM: 'No notice inspections' could combat extremism

David Cameron has said that if people have huge concerns about Islamist extremism in their schools, they should first go to a "headteacher" and then to the "chair of governors."

Speaking during PMQ's he said that if enough concerns were raised to Ofsted about Islamist extremism, "no notice" spot inspections of schools could be given out.

Cameron also said that if people are concerned then they should go to the 'headteacher' Credit: PA Wire

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Ofsted has concluded that Golden Hillock school in Birmingham could have done more to keep children safe from extremism But evidence shown to ITV News suggests governors at the school were going beyond accepted normal practice to protect pupils.