A couple who threatened to take a school to the High Court over its religious assemblies have won their fight for alternative activities for their children.
Lee and Lizianne Harris withdrew their two children from assemblies at Burford Primary School in Oxfordshire over fears they were being “indoctrinated”.
The legal bid said the school breached their right to freedom of belief.
Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust said the case had diverted valuable funds.
The couple, who are non-religious, enrolled their children at the town’s only state school in 2015, before the trust took over.
But the children were unhappy watching Bible stories, including the crucifixion, during the Wednesday assemblies.