Muslim school Jamia al-Hudaa banned from having new pupils over extremism fears

Muslim school Jamia al-Hudaa banned from having new pupils over extremism fears
 

A Nottingham school has been told that it can no longer take new pupils and must partly close due to worries over "extremism" and "twisted ideologies" in the classroom.
The Jamia al-Hudaa Residential College has until Wednesday this week to appeal the decision by the Department for Education.
The independent Muslim fee-paying school in Berkeley Avenue, Mapperley Park, provides education for pupils aged four to 19-years-old, the vast majority of them girls.
There are currently 252 pupils on roll, with 171 of those named as boarders, but the Government has said the... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 43
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