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Preston Muslim Girls High School announces plans for new two-storey building

Preston Muslim Girls High School was named as one of the top 100 state schools in the country in 2015. Pictured was deputy head teacher at the time Misia McGuirk with pupils, from left Ammarrah Patel (12), Khadeejah Seedat (15), Hannah Patel (15) and Aysha Toorawa (13).
Preston Muslim Girls High School was named as one of the top 100 state schools in the country in 2015. Pictured was deputy head teacher at the time Misia McGuirk with pupils, from left Ammarrah Patel (12), Khadeejah Seedat (15), Hannah Patel (15) and Aysha Toorawa (13).

A faith-based school North East of Preston has announced plans for a new two-storey building.

The proposals for Preston Muslim Girls High School, if granted, would mean that pupils would not have to cross a road to get between two school sites.

They would also mean that the school would be able to move a site, currently on short term lease, to an area owned by the charity which established the school.

More to follow.

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