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Secondary: Christmas CREST Projects!
Teachers, are your students feeling festive?
Did you know that there are CREST projects that are perfect for Christmas?
Prepare to party with entertainment and snacks and don’t forget to make cards & presents.
There are activities that share a little care this season too…
Build a Disco Light (14+)
Lighting makes a party, right? This project gives you all the information and inspiration you need to design and build your own set-up!
Make Your Own Animation (11+)
You could create an animated film or flipbook card for a loved one at Christmas!
Make a Speaker System (16+)
You can’t have a party without music. These aren’t just any speakers, try comparing them to commercial ones.
Make your own Fizzy Drinks (11+)
Sweet, bubbly and delicious, what’s not to like? It’s your recipe so don’t forget to give your party beverage a name.
Artificial Intelligence – Design an App (11+)
There are so many apps designed to solve problems.
Which app could you design that could help people at Christmas?
Which Crisps are Crispiest? (11+)
Investigate what makes crisps crispy – the testing is the delicious part – yum!
Bath Bomb Challenge
Who doesn’t like a pamper at Christmas – perfect gifts to make, bag-up and finish with a bow!
These are just a few fun suggestions, but CREST is not just for Christmas. There are so many projects to choose from throughout the year. Take a look!
CREST helps young people aged 5-19 to become independent and reflective learners through enquiry-based project work.
CREST Awards are flexible, can be run in schools, clubs or at home and have no set timetable. Projects can start whenever you want and take as long as you need – perfect during these unprecedented times.
As North West Regional CREST Support Organisation, All About STEM promote CREST Awards across the region and point schools & clubs to the support they need to run this amazing scheme. CREST Awards encourage students to work like scientists, researchers, engineers and designers to investigate and explore their own project ideas.« Back To News