Getting started with your CREST award:
There are three options for
choosing a project:
students to create and design their own project, they can find helpful hints
and tips in the CREST Silver Student Guide.
a CREST resource from the resource
for an external education provider run a project with your students such as Go4Set.
You can search for accredited providers on our resource bank (NB. accredited
providers normally charge to run activities with students).
should write a project report and complete the accompanying profile form, they
can find hints and tips in the Student Guide.
to your CREST account and upload the project report for each project, and a
profile form for each student. You will need to pay the entry fee (using the
voucher code below) before you are able to submit for assessment.
submitted these will be reviewed by a trained CREST assessor, who will let you
know the outcome and provide feedback on the project.
Silver Awards, projects that meet at least 11 of the 15 assessment criteria
will automatically be sent their certificates to the delivery address you have
provided prior to payment.
The silver awards typically requires 30 hours of
work to complete.
For FAQs about the CREST Awards visit our help
For further information on the silver award level: http://www.crestawards.org/run-crest-awards/crest-silver/
Pay special attention to the assessment criteria at the bottom of the page.
Do other students want to take part?
These pupils can attend the CREST Award sessions,
but should not be included in the trial, and your school will have to pay to
submit their projects - as the free submissions are only for pupils who take
part in the evaluation.
How to claim your free CREST Silver Awards:
Terms and condition of use for this voucher:
If you can’t find
your code to pay for the Awards email us and we will re-issue it to you.
To find further information about
the trial including the timeline visit: http://www.crestawards.org/crest-impact-research/