A key education debate on curriculum thinking, organised by OCR's parent body Cambridge Assessment, takes place on Tuesday 31 January in London.
For those who wish to participate but can't attend, Cambridge Assessment is offering the opportunity to watch the debate live and submit questions online.
'Learning comes first: shifting the focus from examining to the curriculum' will look at the rise of curriculum thinking and programmes of learning in the UK, and across the world. This topical debate seeks to put learning at the heart of education at a time when assessment is often the focus.
Speakers will include the heads of outstanding schools from the state and independent sector in this country, experts from education policy think tanks, plus senior educationalists from France and Egypt.
For further details of next week's event, and to watch the debate live from 10am to 1pm on Tuesday 31 January, please visit the live events service.
Cambridge Assessment is the University of Cambridge's international exams group, comprising three exam boards and a large research capability.