Young Enterprise (YE) students from Milton Keynes College came 3rd place at a competition last weekend when they took part in the YE Trade Fair held at Middleton Hall.
News Archives: February 2011
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Forget Jeremy Paxman, Head of MK6 Sixth Form, Duncan Lovell put on the quiz masters’ hat at Milton Keynes College’s recent Unisixthformity Challenge held at the prestigious UCMK.
The Milton Keynes College Badminton squad played at home against Franklin College yesterday in the semi-finals of the BCS/Badminton England Team cup.
V Talent volunteers organised an English tea party for the College’s ESOL students last week at the Chaffron Way campus. Complete with a traditional cream tea of homemade scones and jam, the purpose of the event was to teach the students about English culture.
Three students from Milton Keynes College are celebrating success in a national competition which aims to discover the best young catering talent in the UK.
An art project involving students from Milton Keynes College has won a prestigious national award. Art, Design and Media students produced four giant banners in a series of workshops set up by Anouar Kassim, founder of MKIACH (MK Islamic Arts, Heritage and Culture organisation).
Health and Social Care students from Milton Keynes College have been raising funds to help victims of domestic violence start new lives in safety.
This exciting new course will teach you how to temper and mould chocolate, and create confectionery elements.