CLV Music and Theatre Productions presents an evening of song and performance showcasing songs from a host of West End musicals including a little taster of our forthcoming Grease production. Join us on the Tuesday 15th December at 6:30pm. Tickets are on sale now available at lunch times in the LRC and Knowledge Cafe.
Mrs Clark, Miss Pendlebury and Mr Rigby would like to thank the 31 students that went to Kielder last Wednesday and Thursday. We had a brilliant time with all students making the most of every opportunity that was offered to them. Everyone was exceptionally polite and the team work that was displayed was outstanding. The… Read more »
A huge well done to Year 7 for their participation in The Punctuation Road Show on Tuesday. The singing and dancing was fantastic. All students were a credit to the school and Barrie, the punctuation man, could not compliment them enough. Your English teachers are now looking forward to seeing all the songs put into… Read more »
Students and staff from Cramlington Learning Village have been praised for their behaviour and organisation of a record-breaking activity weekend at Dukeshouse Wood in Northumberland. For the 300 Year 7 students – supported by 40 teachers and support staff – it was the final stage of their transition from primary school to high school. It… Read more »
Fantastic roadshow from BAE Systems and the RAF yesterday – hope all of our year 7 and 8 students enjoyed it. Students found out more about what BAE Systems do and how they work with the RAF to provide them with transport and equipment.They discovered how many people work for BAE and within the RAF… Read more »
Our Yr7 and 8 ‘Arty People’ have been working with local artists, Juliet and Jamie Gutch, and Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust to design a sculpture, ‘A Murmuring of Starlings’, which has just been installed in Cramlington’s new Emergency Care Centre which opens in June. The five metre high sculpture, commissioned as part of the Trusts’… Read more »
Error#404 came to CLV to show our Yr7 and 8 students all about computer programming. The team put on an explosive show that with a little bit of programming and a Rasberry Pi, you can mimic a keyboard input with your tongue, use vegetables to trigger sound effects and text messages to light up a disco… Read more »