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LinC – Learning in the Community

College is not just about your lectures, assignments, homework and exams it is also about being active, making friends, contributing to the community, employability or pursuing an interest or activity. As part of your study programme you will be timetabled to attend “Learning in the Community” sessions for 1 hour 20 minutes per week either on a Monday or a Wednesday. These sessions will develop you personally and intellectually and will support your university, employment or apprenticeship application. KEC engages with national schemes and local organisations to provide lots of exciting opportunities.

LinC Activities

A programme of activities is planned to cover a range of subject areas and also link directly to chosen career paths. You will sign up to one of the activities. The range of activities planned for next year are:

Societies & Social Action
Chess & Board Game Society
Criminology Society
Volunteering

Additional Qualification
-First Aid Training
Introduction to Latin
-Mental Health First Aid Training
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
Preparing for Oxbridge

Young Entrepreneurs
Market Traders
Student Investor Challenge

Creative Arts
Film Club
-Graphics
KEC TV: Media & Communication
-Pottery
Practical Guitar Playing Skills
Practical Filmmaking
Stage Society

Health and Sports
Esports (Gaming)
Health & Social Care SocietyTeam Sports

Run by Students
Dungeons & Dragons
Eco College

Skills for the Future
-Change your mind

Current Affairs
Law Society
Short Story Writing
Work Experience 

Supercurricular
-Supercurricular Maths
-STEP papers, Senior Maths Challenge

Offerings are subject to change in the new academic year.

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