Tag: Cramlington Learning Village

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Junior Learning Village Virtual Open Evening – 30th September 2020

We would like to take the opportunity to invite parents of current year 6 students to our Virtual Open Evening on 30th September 2020.  We are taking a different approach this year due to the restrictions in place and so whilst we are unable to offer a visit to the school we are preparing a… Read more »

Coronavirus Update – 16th July

  Recent Communication to Parents/Students Update for Year 6 Parents – 16th July – information regarding our plans for students starting in September. Update for parents of students going into Years 9-13 in September 2020 – 16th July – information regarding our plans for students starting in September. Update for all Year 13 Parents 16th July – information regarding exam results. Update for all Year 11 Parents 16th July – information regarding exam results. Update for Year 12 Parents 15th July – Next steps, UCAS video presentation. Update for Year 9 Parents 13th July – Chromebook refresh scheme. Update for Year 10 Parents 3rd July – subject support update. Update for all Year 13 Parents 3rd July – information regarding exam results. Update for all Year 11 Parents 3rd July… Read more »

Author Kate Weston holding her book

Debut author Kate Weston kicks off her UK book tour with a visit to CLV

Debut author Kate Weston kicked off her UK book tour with a visit to Cramlington Learning Village to talk to y9 girls about her new novel, Diary of a Confused Feminist. Kate quizzed students on their own views and took questions about what feminism actually means before reading some hilarious extracts. The book is the… Read more »

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Cramlington Learning Village gains the Wellbeing Award for Schools

Our school has always considered emotional development and well-being as an important part of school life. We want to embed a culture that values the happiness and emotional welfare of all our pupils and staff. We understand that mental health and emotional wellbeing is the responsibility of all its community. Our staff and governors, parents… Read more »

Student looks through glass- part of video the students produced

Students collaborate with local dance artist to highlight self esteem issues faced by young people

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 »