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Daily collective worship: requirements and guidance

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Last updated on 16 February 2017
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What constitutes a daily act of worship? We outline the requirement for schools to provide collective worship. We look at what collective worship may entail and where it can take place. We outline how pupils and teachers can withdraw from collective worship.

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  1. 1 Requirement to provide collective worship
  2. 2 What constitutes collective worship?
  3. 3 Where can collective worship take place?
  4. 4 Parents can withdraw their children from collective worship
  5. 5 Schools can remove pupils from collective worship
  6. 6 Can teachers ask to withdraw from collective worship?

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