FAQ 10 - What project work do I need to upload for the Bronze awards?
For Bronze Awards, educators are only required to upload work for a sample of their students. This sample of work is for moderation purposes only and will enable us to improve our guidance and support.
When adding work to your project entry, you should only upload the project 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. Completed CREST Discovery Passports, or Bronze workbooks are sufficient.
- If you want to add more than one file, please zip all the files into one package (the file or zip should not be bigger than 500MB).
- If your students completed their project on paper, you can scan their work and add it as a PDF.
- If you would like to take a picture of the final product that would be also acceptable as evidence
- If your students created videos as part of their project, we suggest you add links to the video rather than adding the video itself.
If you are ordering personalised certificates (with student names printed on) you can include multiple project titles in your student upload. If you are ordering blank (non-personalised) certificates, you will need to do a submission per project title. If you have lots of different project titles, and don’t want to do multiple submissions, you can choose a more general title and submit them all together instead. An example of this would be 'Year 7 Discovery Day' – not only does this mean you can do one upload for the entire year, but your students will also have certificates that show they all took part in one big event.
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 ...
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 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 ...
Criteria for Bronze, Silver and Gold CREST Awards
Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards must meet the criteria below appropriate to their level to achieve their award. Bronze projects should have around ten hours of work spent on them, Silver - thirty hours, and Gold - seventy hours. View our guidance on ...
Uploading your students’ work
Star, SuperStar and Discovery You do not need to upload any work for Star, SuperStar or Discovery Awards. Bronze For 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, if you ...