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CREST SuperStar Awards

Launched in 2007, CREST SuperStar supports children to solve real life STEM challenges through practical investigation and discussion. 

CREST SuperStar Awards are usually completed by 7 to 11 year olds. The awards can be run in schools, clubs, or at home.

CREST SuperStar challenges give children the chance to participate in hands-on science through enquiry-based learning

How to run CREST SuperStar: 

1. Sign up for a free CREST account online.

2. Download and print the CREST SuperStar passport for your group.

3. Complete any eight SuperStar challenges from our resource bank* – for each completed challenge either give students a sticker for their passport or encourage them to draw a picture.

4. When your class has filled all eight challenge spaces in their passport log in to your CREST account and tell us which challenges you have completed.

5. Once you pay the per student entry fee you will receive a CREST SuperStar certificate and iron on badge for each participating child in the post within 2 to 3 weeks. 

*Resources are designed so that you don’t need to be a teacher or have a science background to run them. Each challenge is designed to be 45min-1hr long and comes with an activity card for the children and an organiser’s card for educators. 

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Students complete 8 x one hour SuperStar challenges

Suggested for 7 to 11 years

Entry fee

(per student)

£1 UK*
£4 International




NB. You will need to create a log in to access the SuperStar passport

Help and support

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*In the UK, CREST Award entry fees are subsidised by the UK Government. British Forces Overseas schools, with a BFPO address, are treated as British schools 

SEN students

The following SuperStar challenges have been adapted for students with special educational needs (SEN).

The activity sheets use Widgit symbols to help learners with cognitive learning difficulties, who have difficulty following instructions given purely in text or remembering a series of instructions.

thumb_03_60_60Chris Conheeny

Tapton School

My Stem Club were assessed for their Bronze Award and had so much pride when they got it! The assessor was impressed at the skills they had learned in communication and facing challenges. The whole experience is so valuable!

thumb_03_60_60CREST teacher

It’s helped the self-esteem for some low achievers for whom it is their major achievement in school.