Michaela Sixth Form is a new sixth form in Wembley Park. Michaela Community School (our parent school) opened in September 2014, and in 2019 secured some of the best GCSE results in the country.
Michaela Sixth Form will continue the school’s tradition of academic excellence, high standards and exceptional outcomes for students.
All of our sixth form students will receive a superb education, taught by subject experts with outstanding academic pedigrees.
In addition to a rigorous A Level programme, students will receive outstanding extra-curricular guidance and opportunities, with a view to preparing them to enter the best universities in the world, from the Russell Group including Oxford and Cambridge in the UK, to Harvard, Yale, MIT and other Ivy League universities in the US. 82% of our students in 2021 went on to study at a Russell Group University, including destinations such as Cambridge, St Andrews, Imperial and the LSE.
We aim one of the highest achieving sixth form in London, serving communities across the capital including in Brent, Barnet, Camden, Hampstead, Highgate, Harrow, Ealing, Acton, Westminster and beyond.
Year 12 Students on a visit to The Cabinet Office.
Katharine Birbalsingh is the founder and headmistress of Michaela Community School and Sixth Form, a free school (charter school) established in 2014 in Wembley Park, London.
During her time at the University of Oxford, Katharine visited inner-city schools as part of a scheme the university runs to encourage state-school pupils to apply, and after graduation she decided to teach in state schools herself.
Katharine Birbalsingh writes regularly in the press and on Twitter about the education system. In 2017 she was included by Anthony Seldon in his list of the 20 most influential figures in British education. Under her leadership, Michaela has become one of the best-performing state schools in the UK, and she aims to replicate that success at Michaela6th.
“The high standards at Michaela, the strong subject knowledge of the teachers, and the personal responsibility of the pupils will be an excellent preparation for study at leading universities.”