How to enter the CREST Awards

How to enter the CREST Awards

Star and SuperStar

You can enter students using our online platform for Star and SuperStar. Create projects, add students, record your challenges and pay your entry fees.

Discovery and Bronze

You can enter students for Discovery and Bronze Awards online via My CREST account. Create projects, add students, record your assessment of their work, and pay your entry fees.

Sign up or log in to your CREST account.

Silver and Gold

You can enter students for Silver and Gold Awards via our online platform. Create projects, add students, pay your entry fees and get your work/your students' work assessed.

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