Anti-academy protesters have vowed to continue their fight, despite facing imminent eviction from the Bridge Road Recreation Ground.
Demonstrators have occupied the site of the proposed school since Monday last week, but Brent Council is now seeking a court injunction to evict them.
A hearing will take place at Willesden Magistrates' Court on Tuesday next week and if successful, the activists will have no choice but to pack up their tents and move out.
Hank Roberts, a member of the Wembley Park Action Group, who is spearheading the protest, said: "We will be attending the hearing to put our case forward as to why the council should not be allowed to build an academy on the site.
"The protests will continue whatever the outcome and we will not stop fighting for what is right."
The protestors argue that the proposed school should be located in the south, rather than north of the borough; that the future provision of sports on the site would be jeopardised, and the academy model is a direct privitisation of the education system.
Earlier this week, UK freestyle skateboard champion Callum Bowran visited the Wembley sports ground, donning a Tent City T-shirt and entertaining the demonstrators with his skills.
And tomorrow Julia Neal, the president of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) and Bill Greenshields, president of the National Union of Teachers, will be showing their support.
Leaders of the ATL have also sent a letter to Councillor Paul Lorber, leader of Brent Council, and the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, asking for a meeting to discuss the situation.
The local authority has claimed it will press ahead with the temporary building scheme and is confident the academy's 60-place primary school will open in September.
Councillor Lorber said: "We are taking legal action to gain possession of the site and evict the protesters.
"I hope it will not cause any delay because the only people who will suffer is the youngsters, who will be deprived of a school place.
"The occupation has caused a lot of unnecessary damage and wasted a lot of money and time. The academy will be built and we will not allow them to interfere and stop our academy objectives."