The college encourages, celebrates and values the diversity of all those who make up our community.
 

We aim to ensure that everyone within our community is treated fairly, with respect and dignity, and we will actively seek to eliminate any form of inequality or discrimination from our campus. You can find our full mission statement here.

Linda Summers is the Chair of the Governor’s Corporation. For a full list of committee members, please click here.

The Principal, Angela Williams, leads the Senior Leadership Team. The team has a wealth of further education experience and help to make the college once of the most successful in the country. Please click here to meet the team.

The college is located to the west of the town of Huddersfield, around two miles outside of the town centre, making it perfectly located for students living in the Calderdale or Kirklees areas. To view a location map, please click here.

11-16 Schools in Kirklees

If they attend one of the 11-16 schools in Kirklees, they can apply to the College through Get Into. The Careers Advisor or Head of Year 11 will help to complete this online application successfully.

All 11-18 Schools

If they attend an 11 -18 school, they can apply to the College through UCAS Progress. If this is not available in their school, they can complete our online application form. This and other application information can be found here.

Applications open on Monday 18th October 2021. The final closing date for all applications is 17th February 2022.

 

The entry requirements depend on which level your son or daughter wishes to study at. It is recommended that you consider all level options carefully, to give your son or daughter the best chance of achieving their qualification. To view the entry requirements, please click here.

If this is the case, our main advice is to attend the assigned enrolment slot where we can discuss possible options with your son or daughter. We would like to reassure you that they will not be disadvantaged in any way by having to wait for your enrolment slot, as all decisions about possible changes to study programme, for a variety of reasons, including not meeting the entry criteria for all/elements of it, are not made until the end of the standard enrolment period. This year’s review period will end on 1st September and by this point, we will have contacted any prospective student who attended their enrolment slot and requested a revision to their programme of study.

In the first instance, they should discuss this with their school careers advisor. When they have a college interview, our interviewers will be happy to discuss this fully with them.

We have a huge variety of courses on offer, including Sport, Heath and Social Care, Humanities, Sciences and Art and Design. To see a full course list, please click here.

There is financial support available to students who need it in the form of bursaries, and in extreme circumstances, hardship funds. You can find our more information about the financial support available here.

You can access Cedar from your computer, laptop or tablet. Please click here to log in.

In Cedar, you can click “email teachers” and it allows you to email your child’s tutor or teachers.

The key term dates for the 2021-2022 academic year can be found on our college calendar. Please click here for further information.

Please see the events area of our website here where there is further information.

You can find details on our exam processes here.
 

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