A huge well done to the incredibly talented Year 11 students who took part in an external project with a local dance artist Lizzie Klotz. The group of students put together some amazing dance and movement work based on self-esteem, body image and pack mentality. Lizzie is using this for promotional material and it will… Read more »
Congratulations to CLV student Ellie Roberts who has become the Northumberland Badminton Association’s Unsung Hero of Sport . Ellie plays at the Newcastle Performance Centre and Northumberland County Junior and Senior Teams based at Benfield and now the Tyneside Badminton Centre for almost 11 years, she has also played at Newcastle Medicals Badminton Club for 5… Read more »
More than 150 students and staff at Cramlington Learning Village have taken part in a run to raise funds for two charities, including one which has a special connection with the school. Cancer Research UK and Jessica’s Sarcoma Awareness – which was set up by a student as she fought against an extremely rare form… Read more »
Cramlington Learning Village has now raised more than £5,000 in memory of a treasured former student. Jessica Robson was only 18 when she died nearly two years ago from an extremely rare form of cancer. She had started her own charity – Jessica’s Sarcoma Awareness – and used social media to raise money and help other… Read more »
Songs from musical theatre favourites – including Les Miserables, Wicked and The Lion King – provided a pre-Christmas treat for the families of talented Cramlington Learning Village students. A West End Winter also featured folk songs played by brothers and sister Josh, Oliver and Holly Davenport, classical and popular music performed by a group of… Read more »
Well done to all of those who got involved with the shoebox appeal. We donated an amazing 439 boxes! This was an increase of 121 boxes from last year! We have been blown away by the generosity of CLV students and teachers. You are all absolute stars!
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 »