It actually turns out that there has been one case of a controversy over end-of-term school celebrations in a church in Denmark. (See post about Sweden here).
Pupils from Nørremarksskolen in Vejle in Eastern Jutland are required to not only hold the end-of-term celebration in a near-by church but also participate in the sermon as the head teacher won’t assign teachers to keep an eye on children who do not want to participate in religious activities.
About one-half of the pupils in the school have “non-Danish” backgrounds (no information about how big a proportion which is non-Lutheran).
Beretning nr. 5/2007 om maksimale ventetider på kræftbehandling