What is CRP? CRP

A brief introduction:
The Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP) gives applicants the chance to demonstrate Jewish practice when applying to schools where a CRP forms part of the information to be supplied at the time of application. Parents and children complete this for nursery and primary applications, and the child does it for secondary entry. Collecting CRP points allows you to prove that you are eligible for a faith place at the schools you are applying to that require a completed CRP form.

You will need to collect points on your CRP form. There are different ways in which you can do so, details of which you will find below.

Covid-19:
Due to the uncertain and challenging times of the past year, the CRP process has been altered and updated as a consequence of Covid-19. If you have completed a form during previous admissions’ cycles, you will see that changes have been made to offer the necessary flexibility required in these circumstances.

You will need to register your childs details online.  Full Q & A's are attached.

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