Hear, hear! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-34802820 The duty of British schools to arrange daily acts of collective worship should be scrapped, a report says. The study, for the Arts and Humanities Research Council says such acts, which must be Christian in nature, could discriminate against other religions. It adds there is no clear rationale for the duty, and that parents are often unaware they can withdraw their children from religious assemblies. and The report also highlights how in 2004, the Chief Inspector of Schools for England drew Parliament's attention to the fact that 76% of secondary schools were breaking the law by failing to provide daily acts of worship.