CREST Awards

Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) enrichment activities to inspire and engage young people aged 5-19 years

29/11/2014

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Celebrating achievement in national competition level

Gianamar receiving the CREST prize for Understanding of Real World Context at the 2012 NSEC finals

Acknowledging success through CREST Awards

Making sure students have a tangible recognition of their hard work, effort and success that is respected by organisations such as UCAS.

A framework for good quality project work in STEM

The CREST Awards offers a robust and consistent framework for students and mentors to use to create high quality projects

Resources available to promote and support the scheme

There are lots of resources available to promote and support the scheme – none more important than our CREST Local Coordinator Network

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EU project: Making science real in schools

The British Science Association is taking part as a key partner in the MARCH (MAke science Real in sCHools) European Union Comenius funded project.


The project is bringing together institutions, NGOs and educational establishments in a co-operative learning environment so as to share innovative content and best practices in science education for secondary schools (ages 11-16) and to highlight and promote the important contribution of science to sustainable cities.


It consists of nine partners that come from seven European countries, including the UK, Greece, Germany, Serbia, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Portugal.

Survey – your chance to contribute

To gain a picture of science education in the participating countries, we are inviting teachers and students to submit their responses to the following surveys:

We would appreciate you taking the time to complete the questions and share your experiences.

Website launched

The MARCH project website is now live with new content being added as the project develops. If you have any comments, suggestions or feedback to forward to the project coordinators then please contact Adrian.fenton@britishscienceassociation.org

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