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We offer our ‘Still in school’ students the chance to build your skills and boost your confidence by working in industry standard facilities across our wide range of courses.
In Years 9-13, taster sessions are a great way to find out about a subject area and decide if it is the right option for you
If the session takes place during the school day then you will need to get your school to sign the booking form authorising you to miss school.
For twilight sessions (after school hours) just complete the booking form and return it to us with a parent or carer signature. We will then send you further information about attending the session.
Sessions are booked on a first-come, first-served basis and are free to take part in, although please take note that sessions will only run if we get enough students signed up.
Kirklees College is hoping its seventh year of partnership with Huddersfield Town will be a ‘lucky 7’ for the club
Kirklees College Deputy Principal June Durrant has stepped up to Acting Principal following the retirement of Peter McCann.
School pupils enjoyed finding out about how chemistry impacts on our everyday lives at an event at Kirklees College.
School pupils put their entrepreneurial skills to the test in a challenge at Kirklees College.
Young aspiring chefs from schools across West Yorkshire enjoyed the sweet taste of success in a cooking competition at Kirklees College yesterday.