Nanny believes in being "socially and ethnically" inclusive.
A very noble sentiment, so long as those who are included wish to be part of British society.
As such Nanny's chums in Ofsted have appointed Israr Khan (pictured left), a hardline Muslim and headmaster of an Islamic school, to be a school inspector.
Nothing wrong with that, in principle, until you realise that Khan may not be feeling that "inclusive" towards British society. He once caused a furore by denouncing pupils for celebrating Christmas.
Khan delivered his anti Christmas tirade during a concert rehearsal at Washwood Heath Secondary School in Birmingham in 1996 after the choir, including around 40 Muslim youngsters, had sung a number of Christmas songs and carols.
Seemingly he leapt from his seat, yelling:
"Who is your God?
Why are you saying Jesus and Jesus Christ?
God is not your God - it is Allah."
The children in the audience began booing and clapping, and a number of choir members (white and Asian) walked out, some in tears.
Khan, who was a maths teacher at the time, was asked to work from home pending an investigation but there was no disciplinary action.
FYI Washwood Heath school had Rashid Rauf, the airline terror bomb suspect whose extradition is currently being sought from Pakistan, as a pupil there at that time.
Khan left Washwood Heath a year later to found the independent Islamic Hamd House Preparatory School in Small Heath, Birmingham, where he is headmaster.
Earlier this year, he was appointed as a governor of Anderton Park Primary School, in Sparkbrook, Birmingham.
A former Washwood Heath colleague laughed openly when told of Khan's role as an Ofsted inspector.
"Given the man's history, it's absolutely astonishing.
It's just the cheek of the man that he's been able to reach that position.
He always was an extremely clever man.
He gave me many insights into the Islamic cause
and their hatred of the US and the Western World.
He had a big support base among some of the Muslim parents.
But there were some very influential,
radical elements at Washwood Heath at that time
and Israr Khan was very close to all that."
Earlier this year, Anderton Park, received an Ofsted report which branded its teaching and its achievements as inadequate.
An Ofsted spokesman said:
"Israr Khan was appointed as an additional inspector
via a highly competitive recruitment and selection process.
He has undergone all the relevant security checks."
Nanny should remember that inclusion works both ways.