As a student, I am changing school. How do I move my project?
If you move schools in the middle of a CREST project, you may need to make special arrangements to complete and assess the project. Usually, this would only happen for Silver and Gold awards, which can take many weeks of work to complete.
If you or your teacher registered your project via the CREST account, contact CREST Support. We may be able to transfer your project to a project owner at your new school, or to an alternative project owner.
How do I remove students from a project?
Star and SuperStar Awards You can add or remove students at any time during the entry process by editing the numbers in Tell us about your group, so that you are charged the correct entry fee and sent the correct number of certificates and badges. ...
At home: Can my child still get a CREST award if they're going back to school?
If your child has started a CREST project or completed some CREST Star or SuperStar activities but have now returned to school, there are different options for ensuring they get their CREST Award. Continue CREST at school Tell your child's teacher ...
How do I change student names on a project?
Student names are printed on CREST certificates for Discovery, Bronze, Silver and Gold awards. You’ll want to make sure they’re correct before you order your certificates. Discovery and Bronze Awards You can edit student information using the Edit ...
How to create Silver and Gold CREST projects on Survey Monkey Apply
To sign up for Silver and Gold projects go to apply.crestawards.org and create an account. Creating a project can be done by a student or educator, or by an organisation. Once you have activated your account, log in and you will be taken to this ...
My student is changing schools. How can they complete their CREST award?
If your student is moving schools in the middle of a CREST project, you may need to make special arrangements for them to complete and assess the project. Usually, this would only happen for Silver and Gold awards, which can take many weeks of work ...