CREST Home Learning: Secondary Projects
May 28th 2020

CREST Home Learning: Secondary Projects

CREST Awards projects are perfect for home use or can be set as a teacher facilitated distance learning activity.

They are completely flexible, promote individual research and encourage innovative ideas – no CREST project is the same!

Take a look at the fantastic secondary home learning booklets available…


Typically completed by 11-14 year olds (Key Stage 3), students undertake a project of their choosing. They make decisions about how to progress, write about their findings and evaluate their project in their CREST profile form or workbook.

Home Learning Projects (Ages 11-14)

Bath Bomb Challenge
Make Your Own Fizzy Drink
What Makes Bread Rise?
Plant Growth & Nutrients


Typically completed by 13-16 year olds (Key Stage 4), students complete 30+ hours project work, which is assessed externally by a trained CREST assessor. At Silver level, students develop and lead the project, consider the broader impact of their work and demonstrate an innovative approach. Students upload evidence of their project, such as project reports, video diaries and/or presentations, and reflect on their work using a CREST student profile form.

Home Learning Projects (Ages 13-16)

How Does Cooking Change Pasta?
Make Your Own T-Bag
The Ultimate Pizza Box
Climate Science Resource Pack

Visit the CREST website
More activities: CREST accredited partners
CREST Primary Home Learning Resources

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