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Some parents outside one of the east London schools criticised by Ofsted for failing to protect children from extremist views said they were happy with the level of education their children were receiving, and did not get the impression their children were at risk.
The Secretary of State for Education Nicky Morgan said the findings of the Ofsted report into seven schools in the Tower Hamlets district of east London were "very concerning", and that they expected improvements to be made "within weeks".
We asked Ofsted to carry out these independent school inspections and the findings are very concerning.
While there is no suggestion of a co-ordinated plot, it is clear that these schools are failing children and this is unacceptable. All schools must prepare children for life in modern Britain.
We will now be demanding urgent action plans from the independent schools and expect to see improvements within weeks. If changes are not made then we reserve the right to force the closures of the schools involved.
Six independent schools in Tower Hamlets could be shut down by the Department of Education if they fail to improve.
The schools are due to be served 'notices to improve' by the government on Monday. If they don't comply, the government then has the power to close them by removing them from the Independent Schools Register.
It follows an Ofsted report which found the schools were failing to protect children from Islamic extremism. A state school, Sir John Cass Red Coat School, has already been placed in special measures by the government.