There is no right1 to wear religious clothing of a pupil's choice to an educational establishment: this reasoning has been applied to the refusal to allow a pupil to wear the jilbab2, an Islamic headscarf3, a Kara4, and a 'purity ring'5.
Parental belief that corporal punishment should be administered at their children's school was held by the House of Lords to be a manifestation of a belief under Article 9, albeit one that could be lawfully interfered with6
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