Around the world, many education systems struggle to bring a high-quality education to those students who need it most: Students from lower socio-economic backgrounds.
But in one London school, a knowledge miracle is happening. Guided by headmistress Katharine Birbalsingh, Michaela School is changing children’s lives by challenging them to learn.
Described by Boris Johnson as an “incredible school”, Michaela School delivers where other schools often give up.
Join us for an inspiring evening with a revolutionary in education.
About the speaker
Katharine Birbalsingh is the founder and headmistress of Michaela Community School, a free school established in 2014 in Wembley Park, London.
Born in New Zealand, she read French and Philosophy at Oxford University, followed by a PGCE at the Institute of Education.
She is the author of Singleholic (2009) and To Miss with Love (2011), and editor of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Teachers: The Michaela Way (2016). She has published widely in national newspapers while also making countless television and radio appearances.
Date: Thursday 31 May 2018
Time: 6.00 pm
Venue: Auckland War Memorial Museum, The Auckland Domain
Pricing (including GST) Member ticket: $175.00 | Member (table of 10): $1,500.00
Non-Member ticket: $200.00 | Non-Member (table of 10): $1,750.00
RSVP by 20 April 2018