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Ofsted investigates knife crime.

Ofsted investigates knife crime.

Ofsted is set to ask school and college leaders across London about how they are keeping pupils safe from knife crime, in an attempt to tackle the “sickening” problem.

Leaders of about 700 schools, further education colleges and pupil-referral units in the capital will be asked how they safeguard pupils against the threat of knife crime on their premises, and how students are educated about the dangers of carrying a weapon.

Ofsted’s regional director for London, Mike Sheridan, said the responses would not be used to help form judgements on individual schools.

Schools can take part anonymously, but can also choose to identify themselves or even have focused visits from Ofsted to help with the inspectorate's research.

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