Welcome to Cramlington

WendyHeslopI am very proud to be the Headteacher of Cramlington Learning Village, because together with staff, students, parents and carers, we have built a strong community which is built on the core values of trust, respect and optimism.

We also have a clear understanding of the conditions required for effective learning and together we subscribe to the following foundations:

  • High expectations of academic success
  • A highly effective pastoral system that builds relationships necessary for achievement
  • High quality teaching and support delivered by a dedicated and well-informed staff
  • Well maintained buildings and resources that enhance learning
  • A flexible curriculum that meets the needs of all students
  • Effective opportunities for the student voice to be heard and student leadership to be developed

We are a happy and vibrant school where young people are at the heart of what we do in order to ensure they can flourish and reach their full potential.

I extend a warm invitation to visit the school and see for yourself.

 

Wendy Heslop

Headteacher


Life in the Junior Learning Village

Listen to our students and staff talk about their experiences and life in the Junior Learning Village.


Recent News

Cathy Cassidy talking about her book

Cathy Cassidy’s perfect ending to her book tour at CLV

Best-selling author Cathy Cassidy visited CLV last week as part of the promotional tour for her latest book, Sami’s Silver Lining. Cathy talked about the inspiration behind her books and her writing process – which involves a lot of daydreaming! Cathy also showed students how she uses mood boards to collect her ideas for new… Read more »

Woodhorn Museum - Photo © Christine Westerback (cc-by-sa/2.0)

Changed Lives

Our year 7 students took part in a powerful drama performance at the Northumberland Miners’ Picnic at Woodhorn recently. The group had been involved in a major creative writing project looking at the devastating impact of the First World War on a small mining community in Ashington. The project was organised in conjunction with the… Read more »