Charity gives academy pound;1m

9th January 2004 at 00:00
An international charity, which runs three schools in India, is to sponsor a new city academy in Bradford.

London-based charity Toc H, founded during the First World War to bring comfort to soldiers, will provide pound;1 million sponsorship for the academy which replaces Bradford Cathedral community college, a previously failing school.

It will work with the Anglican diocese of Bradford to plan changes. The charity runs three schools in India, including a 1,800-pupil academy for poor children.

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