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Education (Non-religious Philosophical Convictions) Bill [HL]

Volume 822: debated on Tuesday 14 June 2022

First Reading

A Bill to make provision to include non-religious philosophical convictions within the school curriculum; to require that persons who hold non-religious philosophical convictions must be represented at standing advisory councils on religious education and at agreed syllabus conferences; and for connected purposes.

The Bill was introduced by Baroness Hamwee (on behalf of Baroness Burt of Solihull), read a first time and ordered to be printed.