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Have your say on our proposed school

11 Mar 2013, Posted by website administrator in Latest News

People in Wembley are being given an opportunity to give their views on what the proposed Michaela Community School will offer; and to help shape the new school.

The Michaela Community School Trust are holding a consultation, from 11th March to 22nd April 2013, on their plans for the school which is proposed to open in September 2014.

They would like to meet local people and share their vision for the school at two drop-in events on 26th March 3-5pm and on 4th April 6-8pm in the Powell Suite at the Chalk Hill Community Centre near to Arena House, the school site.

Neil Mahapatra, Chair of Governors, said: “We hope our school will help meet increasing demand for school places in this growing community. Our drive for children’s success in all areas will be at the heart of what we do and we want to hear from what people want from their new school. We want their input and support to make the school a real success.”

If you would like to share your views, you can fill in the online questionnaire or e-mail consultation@mcsbrent.co.uk to register your views.

The consultation will close on Monday, 22nd April 2013.

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Stay up-to-date with the school’s progress

11 Mar 2013, Posted by website administrator in Latest News

A new monthly e-newsletter has been created to keep the local community abreast of all the latest developments, news and events at Michaela Community School.

You can sign up to the school’s e-newsletter by sending us your details via the online e-newsletter form here.

You can also join the school’s online community on Facebook where progress updates will be announced as well as events, admissions, recruitment and other school news.

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Free School moves step closer

11 Mar 2013, Posted by website administrator in Latest News

Arena House, the former College of North West London, moves a step closer to becoming  Michaela Community School as redevelopment plans get underway.

The Trust are delighted to announce the appointment of architects Bond Bryan who have already started work on the designs and the layouts for the teaching and administration areas as well as the dining and social spaces.

Neil Mahapatra, Chair of Governors, said: ““I am delighted that designs are underway on this important redevelopment project. This multi-million pound project is a sign of major investment that the Government is putting into Michaela Community School and its future.”

The work will include significant redevelopment and refurbishment of the existing building to make it suitable for a 840 place secondary school. It will also involve investment in ICT infrastructures and equipment to support learning.

What are Free Schools?

11 Mar 2013, Posted by website administrator in Latest News

Free Schools are non-profit, independent, state-funded schools. They have the power to set their own curriculum, teaching hours and term times and are funded by the Government and are free from local authority control. They will also be subject to Ofsted inspections.

The uniting factor for all Free Schools is that they are being set up in response to real demand within a local area for a greater variety of schools, they meet rigorous standards and they are all committed to providing young people with the best possible chance to succeed.

You can view a short film here where the Secretary of State speaks about Free Schools.


Site secured in Brent

04 Nov 2012, Posted by website administrator in Latest News

The proposers of the Michaela Community School are delighted to announce that they have secured a building in the Wembley Park area of Brent and are now progressing through the pre-opening phase.

We will be out and about in Brent discussing the school with parents, carers and potential pupils and will post more information here when we have it.