CRP Synagogue attendance recording for school admissions - updated 13th April 2021
Please read the BES CRP Help Document before registering on the Online CRP system this year.CRP recording at in-person Shabbat morning attendances will start at BES on 1st May 2021 but many people may be able to get all their CRP points through other parts of the CRP form. As places at in-person services are very limited due to COVID, you should not rely on being able to attend Shul to get your points.
It is your responsibility to go to the website(s) of the school(s) to which you are applying to check their requirements, and to ensure you comply with them. BES will not be held responsible for any issues relating to school admissions.
If you have done CRP in previous years and require a copy of your CRP letter, or have any other CRP enquiries please E-Mail email@example.com. We are not able to answer queries about specific CRP requirements - you will need to speak to the schools directly for this.
From here, you can register yourself as a new user of the Online CRP system. You need to register YOURSELF on this page, using YOUR name and E-Mail address. You will then be able to add the details of your child / children subsequently.
Please fill in the details below (entries marked with a * are compulsory), and click "Register". You will shortly after receive an E-Mail at the address you have given, with further instructions. If you have not received this E-Mail within 30 minutes, please contact the Shul office.
The name and address details you enter here will be included on the letter that is generated for the schools to which you are applying, so please ensure they are correct and appropriately laid out.
From 2018 onwards, cards will only be available at Croxdale OR Yavneh, depending on the siteyou set below (which can be changed at a later date if required. Please ensure you select the correct site.
We are currently seeing an issue with registration E-Mails not being sent to Hotmail addresses. If you have a different address to use this would be preferable. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.