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Collective Worship and State Schools In England

From 1st April 2015 the Department for Education will purchase centrally the Collective Worship Copyright Licence (CWCL) and Collective Worship Music Reproduction Licence (CWMRL) on behalf of all state-funded schools in England. This means that these schools will automatically be covered to reproduce and photocopy songs for use in their times of Collective Worship. State-funded schools in England who […]

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Tinsel & Tea-Towels: Staging An Unforgettable Nativity

To most of us the word nativity brings to mind tinsel, tea-towels, dressing gowns, and children stealing the show at the traditional nativity plays that pack assembly halls with proud parents each December. The popularity of nativity plays appears to be stronger than ever, but what are the ingredients of an unforgettable nativity for both its […]

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Grumpy Sheep Music sign with CCLI

Grumpy Sheep Music, creators of fun, educational musicals, nativities and songs for primary and pre-school children have signed with CCLI Europe. The agreement means that schools and churches will now be able to legally reproduce songs from Grumpy Sheep Music’s catalogue under their Collective Worship/Music Reproduction licences from CCLI. Grumpy Sheep Music publish educational children’s […]

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Collective Worship and the new Schools Printed Music Licence: What Your School Needs to Know

At the beginning of 2013 the Department for Education announced that it will automatically pay for the CLA Schools Licence and the new Schools Printed Music Licence on behalf of many state-maintained schools* from April 2013. This has caused some confusion, as these licences do not cover times of Collective Worship.






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