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STEM challenges – design a sports glove

Award Level Bronze

Design a Sports Glove is part of a series of STEM Challenges coordinated by STEMNET. In this project, students are challenged to design a glove to be used in a sport of their choice. They will then create a presentation with their proposal for the glove.

How to achieve a CREST Bronze Award

Students will need to do 10+ hours of project work and complete either a CREST Bronze workbook or a CREST Bronze student profile.

You will need to enter students for the Award online to receive their personalised certificates.

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