07 February 2020
Untangling schools’ “collective worship” obligations
Comment by Ane Vernon, Dispute Resolution Partner and schools and education specialist lawyer at Payne Hicks Beach, on the requirement introduced some 75 years ago that pupils participate in daily acts of collective worship and how this fits in with today's society and recognised concepts such as freedom of religion or belief and equality laws, first published in the Education Journal January 2020 edition and reproduced with kind permission.
Click below to read Ane's article in the Educational Journal
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