Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP)

Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP)

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 in years 7 and 12. 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.

New CRP Process 2024/25:

In a response to Covid-19, the CRP Process introduced new options for collecting points in 2020. These alterations were included as it was understood that collecting points from shul attendance alone could be challenging for some in a Covid-safe context.

If you completed a form in the last two years, you will see that the process has been reviewed and updated, as these emergency measures are no longer required. Please see below for details of these changes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Click here for a detailed explanation of the CRP process and a list of Frequently Asked Questions.


If you have any further questions please contact us on crp@theus.org.uk

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