Kirklees College have turned to their own students to tell the world about academic life.
The students are the stars of a new set of films showing what studying at the college’s various centres is like.
The college has released eight films – one for each centre – to give an idea of both the facilities on offer and hear from students in their own words about their experience.
The films are available to view online on the college website at www.kirkleescollege.ac.uk/video and were produced by Bradford company Twenty Twenty Films. They are being circulated to promote a series of open days at the colleges.
The Huddersfield sites including the main campus in Chapel Hill, the Taylor Hill animal centre, the Engineering Centre, the Brunel Construction Centre and the Highfields Centre for media, music and performing arts, as well as the Hargate Hill equestrian centre in Glossop, are open on Saturday January 17, from 10.30am-1pm (last admission 12.30pm).
The Dewsbury Centre and Batley School of Art are holding open days on Tuesday, January 20, 5.30-8pm (last entry 7.30pm).
Students who got the chance to be film stars included Charlotte Hirst, 17, amd Rhiannon Singh, 19, both former Salendine Nook High School sudents; Jack Parkin, 17, and Ben Lindley, 16, formerey of Honley high; Will Senior, 20, and Jacob lea, formerly of Shelley College; and Becca Everson of Royds Hall.
A college spokesman said: “With one of the highest pass rates in England at 97%, Kirklees College can help you achieve your ambitions.
“Our tutors will support you throughout your course, and the college’s first class centres offer a great place to learn, develop skills for working life or go onto university.
“The open days are a chance to find out about all our courses including full time courses for 16-18 year olds, part time professional courses for adults, higher education (degree level) courses and adult education”.
For more information or to pre-register to attend the open day go to www.kirkleescollege.ac.uk/notice/48 or just turn up on the day.