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.
Please see linked document here with full details of the CRP programme that relates to schools and nurseries under the religious authority of the Office of the Chief Rabbi – Schools Admissions 2022/23.
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