Ending forced collective worship in schools

At present all childeren at state schools are legally required to take part in daily collective worship of God. This is completly out of place in our modern secular society, where religous belief is in massive decline and church attendances are dwindling. Furthermore, forcing people to worship God violates their fundamental human right of freedom of religion (which includes the freedom not to believe in God), and so obviously infringes upon their civil liberties. It should be entirely up to people whether they want to believe in God or not, and it shouldn't be forced upon them by the state.

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At present all childeren at state schools are legally required to take part in daily collective worship of God. This is completly out of place in our modern secular society, where religous belief is in massive decline and church attendances are dwindling. Furthermore, forcing people to worship God violates their fundamental human right of freedom of religion (which includes the freedom not to believe in God), and so obviously infringes upon their civil liberties. It should be entirely up to people whether they want to believe in God or not, and it shouldn't be forced upon them by the state.