Nairn Road, Parkside Close, Cramlington, Northumberland, NE23 1RQ
Headteacher: Helen Brown
A school for boys and girls aged from 4 to 11. Pupils: 353
Also nursery provision for children age 2 and above.
Local Primary School with onsite Nursery – providing education for children aged 3-11.
“We are a Beach School – this means we take a class to the beach almost every day to deliver the curriculum through outdoor learning. YOU MAY HAVE SEEN OUR MINIBUS PARKED AT THE COAST OR ON OUR WAY TO THE BEACH. To enquire about a place for your child or find out more please email: firstname.lastname@example.org”
Highburn, Northumberland, NE23 6BN
Headteacher: Mrs Wendy Heslop
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.
Active Northumberland operate Sporting Club Cramlington in partnership with Cramlington Learning Village.
East View Avenue, Cramlington, Northumberland, NE23 1DY
Headteacher: Andrea Mead
Hillcrest is an 11-19 Special School for children with complex needs
A training company based in Blyth delivering training for 16 – 18 year-olds through study and traineeship programmes.
They support young people from Blyth, Ashington, Cramlington, Bedlington, Morpeth and beyond and also offer training for 19+ learners some funded and some self funded.
Monday – Friday 8.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.
The company have continued to deliver training to young people throughout the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.
They have used online platforms and all learners who were engaged at this time have successfully completed and passed qualifications.
Whilst the training centre is based in Blyth, they also offer training in other areas if groups of 10 or above are taking part.
They are happy to discuss this outreach work at any time.
Horton Drive, Cramlington, Northumberland, NE23 3QS
Headteacher: Clare Scott
A community school with 363 pupils between the ages of 3-11
Opportunity Knocks (North East) CIC is a small garden / craft activity project based out of the Briardale House venue.
They are a Community Interest Company (CIC) funded by Big Lottery, Tesco Bags and Community Chest.
They work with people who have mental health issues and are looking to develop work they started prior to Covid-19 working with refugees looking to develop their English through volunteer work in the garden centre.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Our staff have been furloughed during lockdown but we are aiming to get up and running again very soon, we will however, have to change the way we work, the number of people able to access the site at the same time, one way systems in place etc in order to comply with government guidelines and keep everyone safe.