Kirklees GCSE results were up on last year, with 58% of our students securing at least five A* to C grades, compared with last year’s figure of 56.8%
As for our A-level results, the Kirklees average pass rate was 98.7% which was above the national average pass rate of 98.1%….congratulations all!
Did you know 99.7% of cervical cancers are caused by HPV (human papilloma virus) – the most common sexually transmitted infection? Unlike most cancers, cervical cancer is detectable and preventable with a vaccination offered to all girls from the age of 12 years up to their eighteenth birthday. The vaccine programme for this year will begin on 12 September. Find out more about HPV and cervical cancer and how this simple vaccination can prevent it.
Being a Shared Lives carer involves offering an adult with a disability a short break in your home – anything from a weekend or a couple of weeks to a full-time placement.
No experience is necessary – you just need to care – and training, support and an allowance are all provided.
Visit your GP to get your free flu vaccination now if you’re; pregnant, 2 to 4 years old, in year 1, 2 or 3 of primary school (available through school), under 65 but at risk due to a particular health condition, or over 65. Find out the facts about flu