Cramlington Learning Village
|Institution Type: Community School
Age Range: 11 - 18
Religious Character: Does not apply.
School Capacity: 2300
Pupils on Roll: 1617 Boys: 755 Girls: 862
Admissions Policy: Comprehensive
Head: Mr D M Wise
Tel: 01670 712311
HighburnCramlington, NBL, NE23 6BN
United Kingdom55° 4' 35.6844" N, 1° 35' 29.5872" W
Locality: Cramlington Village
Local Authority: Northumberland
Parliamentary Constituency: Blyth Valley
Ofsted school description
Cramlington Learning Village is now one of the largest secondary schools in England. In September 2008 it changed from a 13 to 18 school to become an 11 to 18 school, as a result of the local reorganisation of schools. It now includes Years 7 and 8 and has an additional 700 students. The school is divided into junior, senior and advanced learning villages. It has specialist status for science. In 2006, as a high performing school, it gained an additional specialism for vocational education. The percentage of students eligible for a free school meal is average but overall levels of social deprivation are lower than average. The proportion of students with a statement of special educational needs is average but overall the proportion with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is below average. The great majority of students are White British. The school holds the Basic Skills Quality Mark, Healthy Schools Award, and awards for its use of information technology and its international links.
School pupil demographics
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