Certificate of Religious Practice
Please bear in mind that the Certificate of Religious Practice is not of our choosing but is a legally binding imperative resulting from a decision made in the Supreme Court. Unfortunately, registering the CRP is putting a heavy burden on Shul administrators as they need staff and procedures in place to note student attendance in such a way as to be legally foolproof. Each Shul will be putting in place their own particular system. Would all parents please ensure that they are familiar with the procedure set out by their own Shul.
- Some Shuls have websites and the CRP procedure will be set out there.
- Those Shuls that haven't their own website will be posting their CRP procedures in a prominent public space in the Shul.
- Some Shuls will be placing a dedicated message on the Shul's telephone system.
- If SIF 2 is not applicable to your faith please complete SIF 3.
It is the responsibility of parents to familiarise themselves with the procedure of their Shul and to follow it through. Should any parent encounter problems with registering or completing the CRP. please would they contact Ms. Shelley Goldberg, the King Solomon admissions' secretary, and she will do what she can to help solve the problem.
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|Admissions 2014 Policy and Criteria|
|Admissions 2014 CRP SIF 1|
|Admissions 2014 In Year Transfer|
|Admissions 2014 CRP SIF 2 (Year 7)|
|Admissions 2014 CRP SIF 2 (Year 12)|
|Admissions 2014 CRP SIF 3 Students of Other Faiths|
|Supplementary Mid-Transfer Form (SMT) 8, 9 and 10|
|LBR - Secondary Admissions Appeal Form - Oct 12|
|LBR - Secondary School Appeal Notes - 2013 Applications|
|KSHS Secondary Transfer/Appeals 2013|
|Admissions 2013 CRP SIF 2 Year 12 2013|
|Admissions 2013 CRP SIF 3 students of other faiths|
|Admissions 2013 CRP Year 7|
|Admissions 2013 final draft policy and criteria|