School Admissions September 2022

Northumberland County Council has now opened the Admissions Portal allowing parents to apply for secondary school places, in Year 7, for September 2022.

All parents must apply for a place in secondary school; your son/daughter is not automatically allocated a place, even if they currently attend one of the Cramlington Partnership Schools or have a sibling at CLV already.

Applications are made through the online portal available at: Northumberland County Council School Admissions 2022

Please ensure you complete an application for your son/daughter by 31 October 2021.  Applications received after the closing date will be treated as late applications and may result in no place being allocated for your child.

This process is managed entirely by Northumberland County Council Admissions Department and not Cramlington Learning Village. Please email them, in the first instance, if you have any queries via:  schooladmissions@northumberland.gov.uk


Welcome to Cramlington

Photo of our new coheadsWelcome to Cramlington Learning Village. We are a school built on respect and committed to creating an environment where individual strengths are nurtured and where every student can thrive and grow. We want our students to develop the skills and knowledge needed to serve our community and have an impact on wider society. 

Expert staff, exciting learning and a huge range of extracurricular opportunities help our students become resilient learners, expert readers, knowledge explorers and responsible citizens who aim high and can shape the future. 

We hope you enjoy reading about us and look forward to welcoming you whether you are a student, parent or potential member of staff.

Jonathan Bird & Kim Irving

Co Headteachers


The Curriculum At CLV

A school built on RESPECT creating: resilient learners, expert readers, knowledge explorers and responsible citizens

At Cramlington Learning Village, we have developed a curriculum that supports the development of our core principles – we pride ourselves in being a school built on respect and have a curriculum that creates resilient learners, expert readers, knowledge explorers and responsible citizens.

To find out more about the curriculum that students engage with, click the link below.

View our curriculum information

Information on our remote learning provision


Recent News

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School Admissions September 2022

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