Enter an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) for a CREST Award
If your students are working towards an Extended Project Qualification in an area related to science, technology, engineering or maths, they can gain extra recognition for their work by entering your project for a CREST Gold Award.
There’s a lot of similarity between the EPQ and CREST Gold. Both involve extended independent research into a student’s chosen topic. Students also need to write up a report, and deliver a presentation about their work.
What you need to do
Using CREST for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
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How do I assess a Discovery project?
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Enter your students’ project into The Big Bang Competition
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How do I use an accredited partner resource/activity to gain my CREST Award?
This support note is intended for teachers/facilitators and students who have either already completed, or are going to complete, a resource/activity/competition/scheme run by one of our partners which is also suitable for the CREST Awards. A full ...
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 ...