For admission into Jewish schools, parents are required to fulfil the requirements of a Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP) and/or a Supplementary Information Form (SIF).
The CRP requires confirmation of a set number of attendances, during a specified range of dates.
The SIF confirms knowledge of the family’s religious observance by completion of a questionnaire by a Rabbi.
It is the parent’s responsibility to ensure they have completed the correct form for their child. Details are available through the schools respective websites or offices.
If you need a SIF completed, please bring it to the Shul office and we will ensure it is completed by the Rabbi.
If the school you are applying to uses the CRP system, please see below.
REGISTRATION (FOR ENTRY TO SCHOOLS IN SEPTEMBER 2020) IS NOW OPEN
Once you have completed the online form you will receive by email, within 5 working days (please note during Jewish festival periods this will take longer), a PDF document with CRP vouchers. You are expected to print off your vouchers in advance and bring one when you attend Shul on Shabbat.
Please note that this year we are operating a new system. The CRP requires the child (applying for secondary school) to attend a Synagogue service. From this year children will be required to attend the appropriate children’s service for their age and hand in their voucher to the person taking the service at its conclusion.
As soon as the required number of attendances have been completed, please bring the relevant CRP Form/s from the school/s that you are applying to for Sharon in the Shul office to sign. It is your responsibility to ensure that you meet any required deadline dates, so please be aware of each school’s requirements.
Please click here to register your child/ren
If you have any queries regarding CRP please contact Sharon on 020 8457 7041