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School (CRP) Points

Collecting School (CRP) Points at FRS

We are pleased to welcome you to our services in order to collect CRP (Certificate of Religious Practice) points for admission to a Jewish day school.  Please remember that every school has different requirements, so do check the admissions pages for any and all schools to which you wish to apply.  (Please do not email us asking about individual schools; if you're not sure, call the school.)

One visit per Shabbat will count towards your CRP points. You can attend either a Friday OR a Saturday but if you attend both on one weekend, it will only count as one visit.  Festival and Chaggim services do not count towards CRP points.

Click here for details of our services and how to join.

How to collect:

FRS Members: 

Please click here to record every service you attend at FRS, either in person or online.  If attending in person, look out for the CRP QR code to scan.

Non FRS Members: You must first register with FRS - please click here to do so.

Then, please click here to record every service you attend at FRS, either in person or online.  If attending in person, look out for the CRP QR code

How to get your form signed: 

FRS Members:

Once you've attended the number of services your chosen schools require, please download and complete their CRP forms.  You can then email them as a PDF to Rachel Fidler to sign them digitally, and she will also let parents know when she will be available to sign in person.

Non FRS Members:

Those non-members who have registered will receive an email offering a selection of times when Rabbi Miriam Berger will be available to sign forms in person at FRS.

FRS services eligible for points

  • Kuddle Up Shabbat takes place every Friday at 4.15pm for pre-schoolers

  • Kabbalat Shabbat takes place every Friday evening at 6.30pm – a lovely, accessible hour-long  service, full of beautiful tunes; a lovely way to welcome Shabbat

  • Rhythm ‘n’ Jews takes place approximately once a month – a musical service for families with children up to Year 6, and parents and grandparents!, with the RnJ Band. 

  • Shacharit is our formal Shabbat morning service which often contains life cycle celebrations, starting at 10.30am.  We do not run children’s services every Shabbat concurrently with Shacharit.

  • B’Yachad services are aimed at adults with severe learning difficulties.  Feel free to bring your family along to be part of and support this very special community.

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