Benefits of studying at Yorkshire English School!

Watch Jodie, our administrator, talking about all the benefits of studying at Yorkshire English School! Learn English from native speakers, practise it in local communities, and explore some of the most exciting cities in England. Our school and teachers are versatile, so whether you’re a complete beginner or highly experienced, we’ve got the course for you!

Yorkshire English School is accredited by British Council

YES has now been accredited by the British Council accreditation scheme. This demonstrates that the quality of education we provide is of a very high standard. You can always be sure that you are in safe hands, whatever your learning needs may be.

We would like to thank our whole team who always work tirelessly, and put in their best efforts everyday teaching English at YES. This achievement will encourage us to continue challenging ourselves and creating the best environment for our learners in Huddersfield.

Thank you very much.

Open Day at YES

Come and visit Yorkshire English School. Ask any questions about our English Courses. Meet our friendly staff and teachers. Join our FREE taster lessons.

There is something for everyone!

Student Debate: Pros and Cons of Same-Sex Education

We encourage our students to debate various topics to help them improve their English. Debating is a good way to learn and practice English which improves students’ confidence and presentation skills.

Learning English can be fun and easy with interactive activities, debates, and games. Our teachers use various techniques to improve the practical English skills of students.

Come and join one of our lessons and learn English. Yorkshire English School is just opposite Huddersfield train station.

Why Study at Huddersfield?

Why study at Huddersfield? Well: Huddersfield is located in the eastern foothills of the Pennines which extend into the moorlands of the South Pennines west of the town. It boasts stunning Victorian architecture including the Huddersfield railway station, a Grade I listed building described by John Betjeman as “the most splendid station facade in England”, second only to St Pancras, London.