A British private school is to open a branch in Kazakhstan

26th January 2007 at 00:00
A British private school is to open a branch in Kazakhstan. Haileybury, a pound;23,000-a-year boarding school in Hertfordshire, plans to open in Almaty, the country's biggest city, by September 2008. It has well-established links with the country - lampooned by the film 'Borat'

(above) - because it has 14 Kazakh pupils. Lessons at Haileybury-Almaty will be in English, but the Kazakh language, history and culture will be central. Photograph: Moviestore Collections

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