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Reporting the songs and publications you have reproduced or copied for your assemblies and times of Collective Worship is a vital part of being a licence holder.

Whether you pay for your licences directly, or you’re a state-funded school in England whose licences are paid for on your behalf by the DfE, you must report.

Without these reports CCLI would not be able to fairly distribute royalties to the owners of the works you use.

All reporting is now done online at:

Online Reporting should ideally be done on a weekly basis. You’ll find all the help you need to report, including examples and video help-guides in the table below.

Online Reporting

Go straight to the Online Reporting website. You'll find the Reporting Guide (below) helpful if you're just getting started.

Reporting Guide

Download a step-by-step guide to getting started with Online Reporting

Categories & Examples

A printable single-sheet guide to the new fixation categories and examples of when to use them

Video Help Guides

Our help videos will walk you through the process of setting up your account, reporting and troubleshooting. You'll also find a video with hints and tips for quicker reporting.

Unauthorised Song List

A list of the most commonly searched for songs which are not authorised by the CWCL or CWMRL.

Reporting FAQs

Click here for answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the reporting process