Entering online for Star, SuperStar, Silver and Gold Awards
To enter a project for Star, SuperStar, Silver or Gold Awards, you need to sign up or log in to apply.crestawards.org.
Once you've logged in, you can create a new entry by clicking on View Programs or Programs.
On the Programs page, select the right award level by clicking More>.
You will be directed to a page for your chosen Award level. Click on Apply to open a new project with your chosen Award level.
Complete all the tasks in the Application and Payment rounds to submit your project for assessment. Please note that completing the payment process will submit your project (pending payment) and you will not be able to make any edits to your submission after this.
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 ...
Problems accessing CREST Survery Monkey Apply (Silver and Gold)?
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CREST Awards – new online entry system
Many of you will have run CREST Awards with your students before, registering through your CREST Local Coordinator. You can now enter, pay, assess projects and request certificates all through a new online system. We hope this will make the process ...
Can I use my own activities for the Star and Superstar CREST awards?
The CREST Star and Superstar awards are typically completed by 5-11 years olds (this age range is just a guideline). Students should complete a series of 8 challenges, recording them in a passport and building up to a Star/Superstar award. Activities ...
How are Silver projects assessed?
CREST Silver stretches students and enriches their studies. Typically completed by students aged 14+, projects require around thirty hours of work and lead to a body of work. This work could be a written report, video diaries or something else ...