How do we define science?
British Science Association defines science as a mindset, a way to ask
questions about the world and test them out. In this document we use the term
‘science’ as an umbrella term for the natural and social sciences as well as
technology, engineering, and maths related subjects.
Take part in the Great Science Share
If you’ve completed your CREST Award or are planning on running one over the next couple of terms, why not use it as part of the Great Science Share 2021? The Great Science Share is an annual campaign to encourage 3-14 year olds to share their own ...
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 ...
For assessors: 4.1 The student showed understanding of the science behind their project, appropriate to their level.
Explanation: The subject knowledge and complexity of the project should be at these levels. Award level Criteria Bronze Key Stage 3/Level 1 3rd/4th level: First year – Third year (S1, S2, S3) IB Middle Years Programme Silver Key Stage 4/Level 2 ...
Star and SuperStar activity structure/assessment criteria
Star Superstar Problem solving Students explore a clearly defined question presented through a story that relates the scenario to their everyday life Students explore a question or idea presented through a story and are supported to think about ...
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 ...