Is Cramlington Learning Village a good school?

Is Cramlington Learning Village a good school?

In its most recent inspection, Ofsted has given Cramlington Learning Village an overall rating of Good. The inspection details are correct as of March 31, 2019.

How many pupils at Cramlington Learning Village?


Cramlington Learning Village
Enrolment 2,178
Colour(s) Red Gold Blue Green Purple Black

When was Cramlington built?

FIFTY years ago tomorrow, January 9, 1963, the North East welcomed the go-ahead for the birth of a revolutionary new town – it was going to cost £60m (a considerable sum in those days) and was to be built at Cramlington.

What is the population of Cramlington?

Cramlington Cramlington has a population of 27,683.

What is Cramlington famous for?

Cramlington is a new town developed to provide alternative diversified employment in a former coal-mining area. Nearby is the noted country house Seaton Delaval Hall, built in 1719–31 in classical style. Pop. (2001) 30,398; (2011) 29,413.

Why is Cramlington called Cramlington?

The name suggests a probable founding by the Danes or Anglo-Saxons. The population was 29,405 as of 2011 census data from Northumberland County Council. It sits on the border between Northumberland and North Tyneside with the traffic interchange at Moor Farm, Annitsford, linking the two areas.

Is Cramlington nice?

And Cramlington is in Northumberland, which scored the best for happiness and life expectancy in the North East. People in the county rated their life satisfaction as 7.76 out of 10, with 10 being the highest, according to the latest well-being survey. The next two towns in our rankings were in Northumberland as well.

Is Cramlington a nice place to live?

Is Cramlington rough?

Cramlington is the safest medium-sized town in Northumberland, and is among the top 20 most dangerous overall out of Northumberland’s 163 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Cramlington in 2021 was 72 crimes per 1,000 people.

Is Cramlington a good place to live?

Where is the best place to live in Northumberland?

Best villages in Northumberland

  • Corbridge: A historic village in Northumberland. Corbridge is a historic village which sits on the River Tyne in the picturesque Tyne Valley and is a very popular place to live in Northumberland.
  • Wylam: Tyne Valley commuter village.
  • Ponteland: Exclusive property for sale.

What is Cramlington like to live?

Cramlington is the perfect place for combining the beauty of the Northumberland outdoors and the inner-city life of Newcastle. Our Barley Meadows development is ideally located with excellent bus links and great access to the A19 and A1, meaning many sights and attractions* are just a short drive away.

What is the Cramlington Learning Village?

Cramlington Learning Village is divided into three distinct areas. The Junior Learning Village (JLV) for years 7 and 8, the Senior Learning Village (SLV) for years 9 to 11 and the Advanced Learning Village (ALV) for years 12 and 13. The JLV is a state-of-the-art school building for the C21.

How do I contact the Cramlington careers team?

SEND Coordinator: Mrs Jane Arthur, [email protected] or tel: 01670 712311 ext: 220. Careers Leader: Mr Craig Baxter, [email protected] or tel: 01670 712311. Fields marked with (*) are required.

Is there a primary school in Cramlington?

Thank you for your interest in our exciting, thriving primary school in Cramlington, Northumberland – a school with a unique vision for your child, a school that puts children first. Click the below for important updates.

What is CPD at Cramlington?

The CPD programme at Cramlington Learning Village is designed to improve staff’s attributes, knowledge, understanding and skills. Our CPD programme is not a ‘bolt-on’ or short term experience, but a continuous exercise in addressing individuals’ needs and supporting improvements in their professional practice over time.

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