Headteacher who hired London Bridge terrorist for four months teaching children as young as three up to the day before he killed eight people is struck off
Sophie Rahman took on Khuram Butt as volunteer 'Arabic memorisation teacher'
Taught at Eton Community School, formerly Ad-Deen Primary School, in Ilford
The terrorist told one girl: 'The worst creatures are the Kuffar (non-believers)'
By AMIE GORDON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 06:51 BST, 13 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:48 BST, 13 July 2018
A headteacher who allowed the ringleader of the London Bridge terror attack to give after-school classes to children as young as four has been banned from the classroom for life.
Sophie Rahman, 43, admitted she took on Khuram Butt as a volunteer 'Arabic memorisation teacher' at Eton Community School, formerly known as Ad-Deen Primary School, in Ilford, east London, which closed in August last year.
It is suspected that he used the classes to expose pupils to his extremist beliefs.
Butt was working at the school one day before he killed eight innocent people when he ploughed a van into people on London Bridge then launched a knife rampage around Borough Market.