This is no place for Swahili

13th February 2004 at 00:00
A pupil attending a secondary school in Hull is searching for a suitable venue where he can sit his O-level examination in Swahili. Endeavour high school wants to enter the 15-year-old boy in the Cambridge International Examinations board exam this summer. But the cost of becoming an exam centre is pound;1,000. The school is looking for a registered CIE centre within reasonable travelling distance where the pupil could sit the exam.

If you can help, please contact the school: telephone 01482 313600.

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