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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5 years ago

Wild creations

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Wild Creations is a company based in Cardiff that creates sculptures, props and displays for all sorts of industries, including TV, exhibitions, events, PR and marketing. Best-known for the ‘Ball in the Wall’ at Cardiff Castle, the team have a range of talents which they are not afraid to unleash in any combination to make the most eye-catching creations they can imagine! Main materials: Steel framework with fibreglass and highdensity foam moulding Cultural case study Key facts Indoor/outdoor: Outdoor Size: Very big! Duration: Temporary Moving parts: No Interactive: No Location: Wales

This public art installation entitled 'Vertical Pond II' was created by artist Robert Lang. Using the ancient art of origami, each fish was folded from a single sheet of special handmade paper. Like real koi fish, each origami creation and each sheet of paper has a unique pattern; no two are alike. Cultural case study Key facts Indoor/outdoor: Indoor sculpture Main material: Custom-made paper Size: 60 fish on wall 10.7m x 3m Duration: Temporary travelling exhibition Moving parts: No Interactive: No Location: USA


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