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  1. What’s it like to study Music at MK College?

    Daniel Allison is partway through studying Music Performance here at the College, and has been reflecting on his experience from this year, and how learning in lockdown has inspired him to learn new skills and even new instruments. With a long running passion for music, and a year of playing the drums under his belt, Daniel was…

  2. How we can support people with Autism

    Autism is a neurological disorder that effects the brain and how we learn and communicate with others. The condition is called Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and it is on a scale that ranges from mild to severe. There are around 700,000 people on the autism spectrum in the UK. Autism effects everyone differently, but some…

  3. How MK College is championing LGBTQ+ training

    From September 2020, sexual orientation and gender identity will be a required part of the curriculum for all secondary schools in the UK, with all primary schools being taught about different families, which include LGBT families. LGBT-inclusive teaching This is tremendous progress, seeing that just over 30 years ago, promoting the teaching in any maintained…

  4. Concerned About Missing Your Friends?

    When you first leave school you may be somewhat concerned about leaving your friends behind. Making the move to College may mean that you’re leaving friends and taking this next step on your own. We understand that making new friends may seem a little daunting but we promise, that feeling won’t stick around for long. You’re braver…

  5. Should I apply for an Intermediate or Advanced level course?

    Course Levels Explained You’ll notice that our courses are broken down by being ‘Intermediate’ or ‘Advanced’. These are two different levels of study. You can search for a course and check the available levels using our A-Z or you can download our brand new School Leaver Guide. What is an Intermediate level course? Our Intermediate courses include Level 1…