Teachers' extremist fears over boy, 10, after he complains about lack of prayer room
Birmingham primary school pupil referred to police under government's Prevent Duty initiative, which gives guidance on signs of extremism
A primary school reported a ten-year-old Muslim boy to police on suspicion of extremism after he complained about not having a prayer room.
The boy, a pupil at Parkfield Community School in Birmingham, was on a residential trip when he came to the teachers' attention. He also told female Muslim pupils they needed to cover their faces with a head scarf.
The school referred the boy to police under the government's Prevent Duty initiative, which provides guidance to teachers on spotting signs of extremism.
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