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Answer this interactive quick guide to establish whether your school requires Collective Worship licences from CCLI.

Are you a state school in England?

Yes

No

Do your pupils ever sing songs or hymns?

Yes

No

Do your pupils only use songbooks or hymnbooks purchased by the school?

Yes

No

Do you produce songsheets or store song words on a computer for projection onto a screen?

Yes

No

Do you make photocopies directly from songbooks or hymnbooks (e.g. for musicians)?

Yes

No

State Schools In England

Your Collective Worship licences will be paid for centrally by the DfE from April 2015. You do not need to apply for licences directly with CCLI.

Contact CCLI

Unfortunately in your situation we are unable to advise you without getting some more details from you first.

Please contact CCLI to clarify whether your use of songs requires the cover of a copyright licence.

No Collective Worship licence(s) required

You probably don’t require any copyright licences from CCLI. However, if you reproduce (write, type, photocopy) or project song words during your assemblies or times of Collective Worship, please contact CCLI to confirm you have the cover you require.

Licence(s) required: CWCL

You probably require a Collective Worship Copyright Licence if you are using authorised publications. Please check the details printed at the front of the books for further information.

Licence(s) required: CWCL & CWMRL

You probably require a Collective Worship Copyright Licence and supplementary Collective Worship Music Reproduction Licence if you are reproducing song words or photocopying from authorised publications. Please check the details printed at the front of the books for further information.