A Level Success

We are once again very pleased with our ‘A’ Level results this year.  Despite exams being tougher our Average Point Score has risen at ‘A’ Level from 32.7 to 33.8 and almost half of ‘A’ Level grades were A*, A or B. All year 13 students have got into their first or second choice university.… Read more »

Cramlington Learning Village awarded Bronze Certificate by the Incorporated Society of Musicians

Cramlington Learning Village has been awarded the ISM / ISM Trust’s Bronze Certificate. This means that more than 10% of all the school’s GCSE students achieved an A* to C in GCSE music. Deborah Annetts, Chief Executive of the ISM – the professional body for musicians – congratulated the school, saying: ‘We are delighted to recognise Cramlington’s… Read more »

Students excel at prestigious music festival

CLV students have been extremely successful competing in the prestigious Wansbeck Music Festival this week. We had around 40 students throughout the week performing in various categories against students from schools around Northumberland and picked up the following awards: Sophie Butler and Jake Landreth- Vocal Duet Under 18 Years- 1st Place Molly Howes- Self Accompaniment… Read more »

Ellie with Badminton player Nathan Robertson

Ellie is recognised for her volunteering work at the National Badminton Awards

Cramlington sixth former Ellie Roberts, was one of only three people shortlisted for ‘Volunteer of the Year’ at the National Badminton Awards which took place earlier this month. Ellie was nominated by the Northumberland County Badminton Association for her volunteering and coaching work she has undertaken over the last 2 years. Every Friday and Sunday… Read more »

CLV students visit Google

Some of our students recently had the amazing opportunity to visit Google Offices in London. The winners of our ‘Make a Difference’ project from year 8 last year got to present their idea to a team at Google. Our digital leaders also had the chance to present the work that they do on a weekly… Read more »