Schools must do more to stop terrorism by properly promoting British values and not just putting up "pictures of the Queen," the head of Ofsted has said.

Speaking at The Telegraph Festival of Education at Wellington College on Friday, Amanda Spielman said that the recent spate of terrorist atrocities across London and Manchester had brought into "stark relief" the ongoing threat posed by extremism.

Vowing to crackdown on extremism in schools, she added that schoolchildren needed to be equipped with the "knowledge and resilience" required to combat the violent rhetoric "peddled" by hate preachers who "put hatred in their hearts and poison in their minds".

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