Church of Scotland doesn’t want to end religious observance in schools

January 30, 2014

Church of Scotland takes time for rephrasing…

Church of Scotland doesn’t want to end religious observance in schools

Update on our Church of Scotland Agreement

January 27, 2014

On Friday the HSS & the Church of Scotland released a joint statement asking that the Petitions Committee of the Scottish Parliament ask the Scottish Government to make a change to the Education (Scotland) Act 1980. This change was to…

Update on our Church of Scotland Agreement

Joint education reform initiative with Church of Scotland

HSS statement on Time for Reflection

Joint education reform initiative with Church of Scotland

Expulsion threat for pupils who won’t pray

Expulsion threat for not saying prayers

Expulsion threat for pupils who won’t pray

Joint call for changes to religious observance

January 25, 2014

The Church of Scotland and Humanist Society Scotland have called for legislation to be brought forward to change Religious Observance in schools to “Time for Reflection” as a way of making these events more inclusive and clearly not gatherings where one faith or belief system is promoted over another.

Joint call for changes to religious observance

Our response to draft guidance on RSHP in Scottish schools

November 7, 2013

HSS Response to Scottish Government Guidelines on Sex Education

Our response to draft guidance on RSHP in Scottish schools

Scottish schools fail guidelines on religious teaching and observance

April 30, 2012

In a YouGov Survey of Scottish parents schools were found to not doing enough to promote options about religious education

Scottish schools fail guidelines on religious teaching and observance

Glasgow Herald looks at religious education

April 16, 2012

Education in Scottish Schools is debated in this article with Clare Marsh of the Humanist Society Scotland

Glasgow Herald looks at religious education