Welcome to Cramlington Learning Village. We are a school built on respect and committed to creating an environment where individual strengths are nurtured and where every student can thrive and grow. We want our students to develop the skills and knowledge needed to serve our community and have an impact on wider society.
At Cramlington we use ParentMail to manage payments for school meals and other expenses such as trips. What does ParentMail do? enables payment of school meals and other items such as trips
The parental login for our VLE, named the Parent Portal, aims to provide you with relevant information on all aspects of your child’s school life. In addition, the portal contains information and guidance that you might need to help you to support your child at school. You will receive a username and password for each of your children in school.
Click above to access the parent module. We are happy to announce the Parent Module for Genesis, the online student information system, is now available to all parents. This web-based system will enable you to access your student’s grades, attendance, and other important information from any computer with an Internet connection.
Links have now been sent out to all parents, if you still haven’t received one, you should email email@example.com so we can check we have the correct email address for you
ParentMail asks for information on one of your children just to verify you initially. Once you register for one, all of the children attending CLV should be on your account. If they are not all listed once logged in, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of which child is not showing and we will link them to you
To see Dinner Top Up you should click on Accounts once logged in. For other items such as trips or revision guides, you should click on the Payments section. If you think one is missing, please email email@example.com so we can check why your child has not been assigned to the item
As we have changed fully to ParentMail, no payment should now be made through the old system ParentPay. These systems are both designed to connect parents to the till system, which has not changed. Therefore, any balance remaining before we changed over, is now shown via the new system, but has not been changed in any way
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Year 7 Art & year 12 Media students were lucky enough to have a live Q & A session with Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker (and former schoolmate of Mr Paterson) James Reed. This was an amazing opportunity for our students to find out about the filmmaking process, from the initial idea, planning, and production through to … Read more »
Our work to create a school which embraces diversity, promotes inclusion and reduces instances of bullying continues throughout anti-bullying week in November. Every September all pupils across the Junior, Senior and Advanced Learning Villages sign our pledge to stand up to bullying.
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 »
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 »
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.
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 »