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 Bronze workbook or in a separate project report accompanied by a CREST Bronze Student Profile.
If you registered your project via your local CREST coordinator, they will provide the workbooks and profile forms that you will need.
If you created your project via your CREST account, you can download both the workbook and the Student Profile from the project page.
We recommend that the person doing the assessment isn’t the same person who supervised the students in their project work.
You should review students' project work and decide which students have met the assessment criteria and have achieved their CREST Bronze Awards.
If you registered your project via your local CREST coordinator, tell them that you have completed your assessment, and they will arrange to send you your certificates.
If you created your project via your CREST account, go to the project page to start the assessment.
Before you begin the assessment, you will need to upload a sample of your students work for moderation. We ask for the 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.
The guide includes additional information on running activities and assessing your students’ work, with guidance on what to look for during the assessment.
Have questions about your assessment? Contact CREST Support.