Headteacher tells parents 'if you don't like it, don't come to us'

Apr 16, 2024 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

53% : Andrew Copson, chief executive of the Humanists UK charity, said: 'In the absence of national guidance on religious practices in schools and of a serious national discussion about existing laws, cases like this will continue to be brought.
51% : 'Schools should be environments where everyone feels welcomed and valued, but that doesn't mean students have untrammelled religious freedom.'Where the manifestation of religion is deemed divisive or disruptive, a balance must be struck.
46% : She added: 'The Equality Act is a shield, not a sword, and teachers must not be threatened.'The case, which was brought with taxpayer-funded legal aid, will have wide implications for state schools under pressure from hardline religious groups.
44% : Schools shouldn't be left alone to deal with this.
34% : A pupil at her Michaela Community School in Wembley, north-west London, had claimed a ban on prayer rituals was a breach of her human rights and violated the Equality Act.

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