The All About STEM Competition: CREST Resources
April 26th 2023

The All About STEM Competition: CREST Resources

We recommend CREST Awards on our All About STEM Competition Resources page alongside a host of partner activities – there are so many projects to choose from for all ages.

Our competition is all about designing a new product, idea, item, or approach that solves a problem and you can use a CREST project that fits the bill as a starting point or submit your work to CREST towards an award after entering.

CREST has resources for everything from sustainable solutions and wild creations to designing machines or classrooms of the future. You could create a concept to combat climate change, design an art installation that showcases a specific culture, reinvent your learning environment or draft a new innovative piece of tech – the choice is yours. We can’t wait to see your posters!

CREST Primary
CREST Primary/Secondary – Discovery
CREST Secondary – Bronze, Silver, Gold
CREST Partner Resources

The Grand Challenges

We also recommend CREST as part of our Funded Support Programme.

Funded Support

Due to the fantastic support of our sponsors and partners, we are able to offer a funded support programme to help get young people involved in The Competition

Click here to find out more and express your interest.

*The Competition is open to young people from the North West – Cumbria, Lancashire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester and Cheshire.
Closing Date: Friday 26th May 2023 – 5pm

Find out more about The All About STEM Competition
Visit the CREST Awards website

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.

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