According to Huffington Post, the UK government has banned the teaching of creationism as science in all existing and future academies and free schools.
Creationism cannot be taught as a valid scientific theory in any free school or academy, the government has said.
The British Humanist Association with “Teach evolution, not creationism” campaign, has been advocating for the change since 2011.
They released a new set of funding agreements in a little noticed document last week, including clauses which specifically prohibit pseudoscience.
Creationism is rejected not only by the scientific community but most mainstream churches like Church of England and the Catholic Church.
"It does not accord with the scientific consensus or the very large body of established scientific evidence; nor does it accurately and consistently employ the scientific method, and as such it should not be presented to pupils at the Academy as a scientific theory," the agreement states.
It then adds: "The requirement on every academy and free school to provide a broad and balanced curriculum in any case prevents the teaching of creationism as evidence based theory in any academy or free school."
It is a significant victory for those seeking science classrooms free from religion.