Islamia setback

29th March 1996 at 00:00
A Muslim school's plan to be the first to "opt in" to the state sector has suffered a setback after a critical report by government inspectors. They said the Islamia school in Brent, north London, was failing to teach the national curriculum and breached health and safety rules. But pupils were well behaved and motivated, the inspectors said.The privately-run school has a primary section and a girls' high school.

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