The newspaper 'Daily Mail' on Monday that some schools use students as tools to carry out administrative secret spy and so open to teachers.
She added that students who are recruited by these schools are undergoing training on the methods used by inspectors to assess whether their teachers are engaged inteaching well.
The newspaper reported that British schools are using other questionnaires askstudents to confirm whether they enjoy the fair and equal treatment by teachers, and evaluate their work.
Chris Kitts and condemned the Secretary-General of the teachers' union the Britishmove, considering it as a form of child abuse.
The newspaper quoted Keats saying that this practice 'will lead to the erosion of self-esteem of teachers and rob them of their confidence in the professional, students and the use of administrative tools to spy on their teachers will make them ill-used, andturning schools into totalitarian regimes is the recruiting of students against their teachers'.