Islamic academy seeks cash

15th November 2002 at 00:00
The private Leicester Islamic Academy, which was recently given a glowing report from the Office for Standards in Education, wants to get state funding to become a voluntary-aided school, taking Muslim pupils from across the city, and up to 25 per cent of non-Muslim pupils. The school is also seeking government funding for a new building to double its present 300-pupil roll.

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