CREST Awards: Resources for STEM Clubs!
November 24th 2022

CREST Awards: Resources for STEM Clubs!

You will never be short of inspiration for your Science or STEM Club with fantastic projects from CREST Awards!

CREST helps young people aged 5-19 to become independent and reflective learners through enquiry-based project work.

CREST Awards are flexible and can be run in schools, clubs or at home. With no set timetable, projects can start whenever you want, and take as long as you need. Perfect!

CREST Star & Superstar: Complete 8 activities to earn a CREST Award – Ages 5-11
CREST Discovery Award: Can be completed in a day (5 hours equivalent) – Ages 10-14
CREST Bronze Award: 10 hours in total – 11+
CREST Silver Award: 30 hours in total – Age 14+
CREST Gold Award: 70 hours in total – Age 16+

CREST can be used in conjunction with other activities and schemes too, such as the Duke of Edinburgh’s AwardExtended Project Qualifications (EPQs) and more!

There are also numerous, fun & interactive accredited activities & projects including Engineering in Motion (F1 in Schools) & The National Space Centre’s Rockets!

If you are already completing a STEM project, there’s a high chance there’s a CREST Award for it. If you’re looking to start a project and need inspiration, look no further!

Download your ‘Getting Started’ Guide & bring CREST to your STEM Club via the links below:

Starting a STEM Club or running a STEM Club? Join the North West STEM Clubs Network!
Find out more about STEM Clubs
STEM Clubs Activities
All About STEM: 6 Week STEM Clubs Resources

As North West Regional CREST Support OrganisationAll 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.

Follow All About STEM on Twitter here
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Follow CREST North West on Twitter
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