At Home: How do I assess a Bronze project?
CREST Bronze requires children to demonstrate skills including problem-solving, independent learning, organisation, teamwork, and communication. To achieve a Bronze Award, your child should record the work done on their project in a CREST Bronze workbook.
Before you begin the assessment, you will need to upload a sample of your child's work for moderation. Learn more here.
Assessing the project
Assessing Bronze projects in your CREST account
Before you begin the assessment, you will need to upload a sample of your students work for moderation. We ask for the work of 10% of your students. E.g. if you have 10 students or less, upload 1 student's work. If you have 20 students, upload 2 students' work, etc.
Complete 'Tell us about your project' and 'Upload student work' to start the assessment. There you will see the fifteen CREST assessment criteria. Tick the boxes for criteria that have been met. You will need to confirm that students have completed 10 hours of project work, and have met at least 11 of the 15 criteria.
At Home: Uploading Bronze project work
We collect work at Bronze level for internal moderation only, and therefore only ask for a sample of the work completed. When finishing projects at home, the easiest project element to upload would be the Bronze profile form or Bronze Workbook ...
At Home: How to run CREST Awards
CREST offers parents an easy-to-run system for at-home learning that is child-led, and encourages young people to take ownership of their own projects. You don't need to have much knowledge about science to run CREST at home. Sign up for a free CREST ...
At Home: How to choose a project idea
A CREST project can cover any aspect of science, depending on your child's interest: research; investigation, design or making; as well as science communication. We recognise that running CREST projects at home may provide barriers to the amount (if ...
CREST at home
CREST activities are a fantastic opportunity for your children to be engaged in fun science-based activities at home with very few resources. Below we have highlighted some links to help parents run CREST at home. Although some of our guidance refers ...
How do I assess a Bronze project?
CREST Bronze requires students to demonstrate skills including problem-solving, independent learning, organisation, teamwork, and communication. To achieve a Bronze Award, each student should record the work done on their project either in a CREST ...