We are committed to supporting a curriculum that helps young people develop an ethical view of the world. This enables them to take social responsibility, understand environmental issues and prepare them for the green jobs of the future.
We embed EDIB principles into everything we do, from our products and services to our student assessments and our working environment and culture. We believe that creating a wider, more engaging curriculum, improves the teaching experience and delivers assessments that support students to demonstrate their full potential.
For those that work with us, we want to create a working environment that promotes diverse views and allows people to challenge themselves so that they feel confident to perform at their best.
Everyone at OCR is responsible to help drive and promote equality, diversity and inclusion. We understand that as an organisation and individuals, we need to be flexible and open-minded in our working practices.
Our EDIB principles are that we:
Our approach will be reviewed regularly so that we continue to focus on the right areas.
Find out more about how we are improving accessibility and sustainability at OCR.
OCR is part of Cambridge University Press & Assessment, which has clear commitments to champion sustainability, diversity, trust and respect for our people and planet.