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We are very much looking forward to welcoming all students back to school. We have created a document detailing our plans for next week when the school will reopen you can view this here . Our autumn newsletters which gives some important reminders before the new academic year starts and is full of useful information about… Read more »
Congratulations to our year 11 students who have done exceptionally well in very challenging circumstances. We are delighted for you all and wish you all every success in the future.
Congratulations to all our year 13 students who have done exceptionally well in very difficult circumstances. We are so proud of you all! There have been some exceptional performances. Well Done! We are aware that there are still questions of fairness and as a school we are taking this very seriously and are… Read more »
We were very lucky to host a visit from sports journalist, motivational speaker and author, Dan Freedman. Dan’s talk to y8 covered his own journey from being a very reluctant reader to becoming a football journalist and travelling to two World Cups as part of the official England team set up interviewing stars such as… Read more »
Actor, scriptwriter and author Joseph Elliott delivered a brilliant and very memorable event for y7 and y8 students this week. Although better known to students for playing pirate Cook in CBeebies series Swashbuckle, Joseph has just launched his debut novel, The Good Hawk. The Good Hawk is a captivating and very dark fantasy set in… Read more »
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 »