At Home: Uploading Bronze and Discovery project work
We collect work at Discovery and Bronze levels 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 Discovery passport or Bronze Workbook completed by your child.
If your child completed their project on paper, you can scan their work and add it as a PDF.
You do not need to add any additional samples, but if you do please zip the work to upload it. The file or zip mustn’t be bigger than 500MB.
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 ...
Uploading your students’ work
Star and SuperStar You do not need to upload any work for Star or SuperStar Awards. Discovery and Bronze For Discovery and Bronze, we ask for a sample of work from 10% of your students. E.g. if you have 10 students or less, upload 1 student's work, ...
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 ...
At Home: The different types of CREST project
This article primarily refers to Silver and Gold levels, but is also relevant to Bronze. There are four eligible types of CREST project: Practical Investigation, Design & Make, Research, and Communication. The Research and Communication projects can ...