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Supporting you to deliver Cambridge Nationals

At OCR, we understand and value the vital role that teachers play in shaping the future of their students. That's why we provide continuous support throughout your teaching journey.

At OCR, we understand and value the vital role that teachers play in shaping the future of their students. That's why we provide continuous support throughout your teaching journey.

23 Nov 2023, 9:00


If you’re teaching a Cambridge National, you can be confident knowing that alongside the qualification, we’re by your side with a complete package of support and resources.

Let’s explore the many ways in which we can enhance your teaching experience.

  • Teach Cambridge – a secure website where you’ll find everything in one place
  • expert team of subject advisors
  • range of professional development courses
  • online, on-demand training
  • options toolkit
  • email updates
Planning, teaching, and assessment resources all in one place

From practice papers, live set-assignments, candidate exemplars, to delivery guides, progress trackers and subject updates, all our resources can be found on our secure teacher website, Teach Cambridge.  

We’re committed to continue enhancing your teaching experience with new support and resources. If you don’t have access to Teach Cambridge yet, speak to your exams officer to help you get signed up.

Expert team of subject advisors

Our dedicated subject advisors are former teachers and industry experts. They’re here to help you with any queries you may have about teaching our qualifications. You can book an appointment for a call with them by emailing support@ocr.org.uk. They’re eager to hear from you.

Professional Development

Our professional development programme has been designed to support you at every stage, so you can get to know our qualifications and deliver them with confidence.

  • First Teaching
  • Ask the examiner/moderator/subject expert
  • Exploring the NEA
  • Exploring the exam
  • Enhancing your teaching 

Browse our range of courses and book your place today.

Online, on-demand training

In Teach Cambridge, you can access free online training at your convenience. Explore Essentials for the NEA, Focus on Internal Assessment, and gain an Understanding of the examined unit.

Help promote your subject

For your open days and option discussions, whether they’re face to face or online, we’ve a toolkit you can order or download. Each pack includes a Student and Parents Guide, course content leaflet, course content poster and careers poster. There’s also a PowerPoint presentation you can download and tailor to your needs.

Don’t miss out on the latest news and resources

Want to hear about new resources and guidance on administration, dive into our insightful blogs and find out about upcoming professional development? Stay up to date by signing up for our email newsletters and updates. Don’t forget to add our email address to your safe list.

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