Mourning the loss of Queen Elizabeth II
The Kirklees College Community join the rest of the country in mourning the loss of Queen Elizabeth II.
At 96 years old, Queen Elizabeth II was Britain’s longest-reigning Monarch. Her unwavering sense of duty and loyalty has been a constant to us all across the last seven decades. At this time of national mourning, we add our voice to all those paying tribute to and celebrating her life.
We encourage our KC Community to come together and support each other with kindness and unity at this time.
It has been announced that the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will be held on Monday 19 September. This day has been declared a Bank Holiday and therefore all college sites will be closed.
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Download the new Adult Course Guide to look at the latest courses. Whatever your ambitions, our adult courses can help you achieve your goals, whether that’s a new job, a change of career, general self-improvement or even exploring an interest.
A T Level is a two-year technical education course for 16-19 year olds that follow GCSEs and one T Level is equivalent to three A Levels. Find out what T Levels Kirklees College are offering.
Are you finding it hard to secure an apprenticeship or employment? The Power Up Programme is designed to give young people and adults the confidence to take that important first step in starting their career and becoming work-ready.
Invest in yourself with our range of English and maths courses for Adults. These courses have flexible start dates to suit you and are free, subject to availability.
Download the 16-18 prospectus to explore our subject areas and apprenticeship options, as well as some of the fantastic facilities available in our centres, to help you make the right decision for you and your future.
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Kirklees College is delighted to launch the Elite Football Development Programme alongside Huddersfield Town Football Club, a course designed to help 16-18-year olds looking to
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