Downloading resources/project ideas
In the CREST resource library it is possible to download resources. Unfortunately, due to the platform that we use for this it is not always clear how to do this.
First, choose your resource.
Click on the resource to open the PDF.
Once you have opened this screen, click the small square icon in the bottom right corner. This makes the resource fullscreen.
In fullscreen you can then see a small icon in the top right corner which is a cloud with a downwards arrow. Click on this to download.
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 ...
How to choose a project idea
A CREST project can cover any aspect of science, depending on students’ interest: research; investigation, design or making; as well as science communication. The most important thing is that there is an element of investigation and exploration, and ...
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 ...
CREST at home
Many families are having to juggle new ways of working while helping children learn throughout the day. CREST activities are a fantastic opportunity for your children to be engaged in fun science-based activities at home with very few resources. ...
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 ...