School Admissions

Coronavirus Update for CRP for School Admissions for 2022 / 2023 

 

When applying to a Jewish school or nursery under the religious authority of the Office of the Chief Rabbi, you will need to have completed a CRP form. A copy must be sent directly to the school or nursery together with relevant supporting documents and the school’s Supplementary Information Form (SIF). Please check the admissions pages of the school you are applying for.

 

The process has been updated this year in light of the pandemic and all details regarding what is required can be found on the US website FAQ’s www.theus.org.uk/crp and the accompanying information film on US.tv www.TheUS.tv/crp2021. Here you will find details about how to collect points from shul attendance and online kabbalat services amongst other available options.

 

To collect points from attendance at Woodside Park Synagogue services, firstly, please click on the following link and self-register on the US CRP online system: http://myus.theus.org.uk/crp-application

You will then need to register to attend each of our Children’s Services, details below. Unfortunately due to Covid-related restrictions, we can only house limited numbers each week and must insist that a parent or guardian attends and sits with their child.

Shabbat Children’s Services on the first floor of the Wiseman Linden Building from 10.45-11.30am as follows:

 

Toddler’s Service - fortnightly from Shabbat 1 May 2021

Children’s Services for years 1-6 – fortnightly from Shabbat 8 May 2021

 

Members must book to attend and due to social distancing measures, there are a limited number of available places each week.

 

Please click here to review our Guidelines for Attending Children’s Services and note in particular:

 

  • Face coverings must be worn by anyone over the age of 11 at all times while on the premises

  • Only those booked to attend the Children’s Service will be admitted

  • All children must sit with an adult from their household throughout the Children’s Service

  • There is a maximum limit of 2 children per adult

  • You and your children will be seated at a table, 2m away from other members

  • Parents are responsible to ensure their children do not leave their seat (we ask parents to use their own judgement as to whether their child will be able to sit for the service before booking)

  • There will be no Kiddush and food/drink cannot be consumed on site

  • Unfortunately, it will not be possible to stay, or to attend a main service

 

N.B. Bookings will open on the Sunday prior to the Shabbat service via https://myus.theus.org.uk/events/62993/wps-children-s-services/

CERTIFICATE of RELIGIOUS PRACTICE

Everything you need to know this year

available to watch on

www.TheUS.tv/crp2021

Full details can be found at 

www.theus.org.uk/crp 

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CRP COURSE for PARENTS & CHILDREN

Join us for a six- part online series exploring a variety of

Jewish Topics

Apply directly to Tribe:

https://myus.theus.org.uk/events/63059/crp-course-for- parents-and-children/

Start Date: Tuesday, 16th November 2021


Join us for a 6 part online series exploring a variety of Jewish topics. Each session lasts for 30 minutes and you must watch all 6 to qualify for your points in section 2 of the form.

This course can either be watched by the parent or the child. If applying for 6th form, it should be the child that watches these sessions.
 

  • The Jewish calendar: Learn about the unique sequence of Shabbat and the Chagim in the Jewish calendar and join us for a fascinating journey celebrating Jewish history. 

 

  • 10/613: There are 613 Mitzvot in the Torah. Learn about Kashrut and how the 10 Commandments are differentiated. 

 

  • Creation and Recreation: Learn the exciting story of creation and discover the impact of creation on our lives.

 

  • The brotherhood crisis: From Cain and Abel to Joseph and the Tribes. What can siblings learn from Bereshit?

 

  • Journeys: The Journey to Eretz Yisrael is an overarching theme in the Torah. Have we finally arrived.

 

  • I didn’t mean it: Does intention (Kavanah) count in Judaism?