Source: BBC News
A teenager from south Wales has won her claim that she was discriminated against because she was not allowed to wear a religious bangle to school.
Sarika Singh was told she was breaking the uniform's 'no jewellery' policy, and had been excluded from school for nine months.
But the High Court agreed with her that it was an expression of her Sikh faith and that she was a victim of unlawful discrimination.
The case of Sarika Singh draws parallels with other cases where religious symbols have caused controversy in schools. Here are some of the cases that have made the headlines.