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  1. Black Lives Matter to us

    By Julie Mills OBE, CEO & Group Principal People protesting the horrific killing of George Floyd in the United States and universal issue of racial injustice have asked the world to speak out and add their voices to the demands for change. It’s very easy to feel uncomfortably like jumping on a bandwagon at a…

  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. Working towards a better future through Black History Month

    I’m delighted to see that a selection of films made by students from Milton Keynes College which form the centrepiece of a website celebrating this year’s Black History Month (1st – 31st October) have been featured on the website of The Voice, the magazine which describes itself as “committed to celebrating black excellence.” The students have…

  5. Why we should all be proud of Pride:MK

    By Julie Mills OBE, CEO & Group Principal I look out of my office window at the College and I see the Pride flag flying, and it does my heart good. There is a well-worn path to the College’s door trod by representatives of all manner of good causes and campaigns looking for our support,…