If you are interested in making Michaela your first choice for 2019, details of next years’ open events will be posted to our website when they become available. For further information about our school please call 0208 795 3183 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Michaela Community School is a non-denominational, non-fee paying, 11-18, mixed Free School which opened in Wembley Park in September 2014.
Michaela brings the values and advantages of a private education to young people of all backgrounds by providing a highly academic curriculum and strong discipline.
Traditional subjects are given additional lesson time in our longer school day to give pupils a better grounding for further study. The school admits 120 Year 7 pupils each year. At full capacity, Michaela will be a small secondary school with 840 pupils, including the Sixth Form.
Michaela Parent App now live!
Michaela Community School now has its own App for parents.
Click here for an interactive PDF on how to download the app.
Click below to download the free App.
Login details will be sent in an email – do keep a look out!
Michaela pupil wins national mathematics competition for second year in a row!
On 7th July 2017, six of our Michaela Mathletes from Year 7 competed in the annual Times Table Rock Wrangles. Three pupils qualified for the quarter finals; two made it to the final round with one claiming victory in a tight two point win. The pupil won a helicopter ride for him and his team mates. This is the second year in a row that a Michaela pupil has won the competition, out competing 250 pupils from schools around the country. Congratulations to all involved for representing team Michaela!
Michaela Community School – A New Education
The Sunday Times interviews Michaela Community School:
Twice a year, our Michaela pupils contribute to our school newspaper: Michaela Matters. The features are written by pupils across all year groups and range from news reports to essay excerpts and book reviews, reflecting their thirst for learning and gratitude for their school environment. Below are links to our past Michaela Matters Newspapers.
See our first edition of Michaela Matters here!
Nick Gibb visits Michaela!
The Minister of State for School Standards (DFE), visits Michaela in February 2017.
”We knew it would be good, but Michaela has exceeded all of our expectations.” Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP
Boris Johnson loves Michaela!
“What an incredible experience. This is one of the most extraordinary schools I have seen.”
Click below to watch Boris Johnson discussing how Michaela Community School is the way forward.
Boris Loves Michaela
LBC radio talks to our Headmistress
The Headmistress on Good Morning Britain
Broadcast on 17/11/16 Click here for link to video.
Quotes from our families:
“Couldn’t be more happy and relaxed about my choice as Michaela as first on my application list last year –
can’t wait for my son to join his sister at Michaela next year! Michaela is UNIQUE we’re so lucky
to have the Michaela team in Brent! Thank you to all the Michaela team.“
“My son was one of the students that started today at Michaela and the first thing he said
when he got home was, Mum my school is epic, that’s what every parent wants to hear.“
“My daughter is happy at Michaela. She loves the teachers and also her manners are improving
a lot. I can see the fruits of the school on her. Thank you to the all teachers. Well done.“
“My son is happy and well at Michaela, he loves the teachers,
thank you to all the teachers for the great work! Keep it up.“
“It’s nice to see all the children in the mornings eager to be in on time.
It’s great to see my children committed to improving themselves.“
“Thank you to all the Michaela Team for the great motivation
and inspiration you are instilling in our children.“
“I want to thank you for all that you have done with the kids.
My daughter is much more respectful to me and the way she talks to me is so polite.
She loves the school and she has become so confident. She’s improving a lot.“
“Dad and I are so happy with our son. We feel he has changed in many ways.
He is so kind and respectful. Gives no more back-chat and is a delight to have at home.
He comes home talking about things he has learned at school and speaking French!!”