Discovery challenges (ages 10-14)

Typically completed by 10-14 year olds, students work collaboratively on a five hour project or challenge in self-managed groups. During the project, they use a CREST Discovery passport to record and reflect on their work. Afterwards, students communicate their findings as a group presentation.

Each pack provides teaching guides, kit lists, example timetables and suggested starter activities to help you run your day. Find out more about CREST Discovery Awards.

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Unboxed Creations Presentation

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Official Creativity case

Official Creativity case studies The Creativity Case Studies in your student guide show several different examples of innovative projects, from visitor attractions to interactive art installations. TASK: Choose 2 of the case studies from your student pack and discuss the different projects in your team: • How did the project combine the arts with STEM? • The aim of these projects was to be unforgettable, open, original and optimistic - do you think they succeeded? Why/why not? • How was new talent showcased?

Official UNBOXED Creations – the challenge TASK: Your team challenge is to create your own UNBOXED Creation that celebrates innovation and creativity. Your idea MUST: • Be an unforgettable experience • Draw on expertise from science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) • Represent the arts, as well as two other STEM sectors. Your idea could: • Include people who don’t normally get to be involved • Include people working together in ways you wouldn’t expect e.g. a mathematician and a sculpture artist • Celebrate your local area • Focus on educating people about a specific topic


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