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Ofsted chief to meet faith leaders over new guidelines

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The Chief Inspector of Schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw, has indicated that he plans to meet with "education leaders from the different faith communities over the next few weeks in order to discuss Ofsted’s inspection frameworks and guidance."

The statement comes in a letter to Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan, and follows increasing concern about the impact of Government moves to require schools to 'actively promote' British values.

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