Modern Slavery Statement

BPP Holdings Limited (“BPP”)

Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement for the Financial Years ending 2016 and 2017

This statement has been published in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It sets out the steps taken by us during year ending 31st August 2016 to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in its business and supply chains.

BPP provides Higher Education and Professional Education services and learning materials to a global community of students and corporations.

We are committed to and supports international efforts to promote ethical business practices and policies related to the prevention of the exploitation and abuse associated with modern slavery and human trafficking. In our Code of Ethics, we acknowledged responsibility under the Act and will endeavour to ensure that slavery and human trafficking are not taking place within our directly employed workforce, or our supply chain.

BPP has provided training to all new employees on the values included with its Code of Ethics and has received acknowledgement of its Code from its freelancers and suppliers.

We operate a Whistleblowing Policy, aimed principally at our employees but also available to our suppliers that encourages the reporting of any wrongdoing which extends to human rights violations like Modern Slavery. All reports will be fully investigated and appropriate remedial actions taken, and metrics relating to Whistleblowing activity are internally reviewed.

We have amended our standard supplier contractual terms to include obligations on suppliers to comply with the Modern Slavery Act, and have also included Modern Slavery within our supplier on-boarding risk assessment and due diligence procedures.

Carl Lygo

Chief Executive Officer