Causeway plays host to many great school productions, below are some recent highlights.
Causeway School welcomed the Deputy Lieutenant of East Sussex, Tim Cobb, on Friday evening for their first Swale Academies Trust Rock Challenge.The evening was a celebration of dance with eight exceptional choreographies performed by each of the Swale Academies Trust Secondary Schools from East Sussex and Kent including: Causeway, Peacehaven Community School, The Eastbourne Academy, Meopham, Westlands, The North School, Community College Whistable and Sittingbourne Community College. +
Putting together this year’s production has been particularly exciting. We have had the pleasure of working with, not just Causeway School students, but also thirty year five students from Stone Cross, The Haven, Langney and Pevensey and Westham. It has been such a joy watching all these students of different ages come together to produce an outstanding piece of theatre, in fact, our youngest performer is just four years old and our oldest is 15. +
We are very proud of the students that have been involved in ‘Little Red’. Not many schools give students the responsibility of writing and directing a major production, but here at Causeway we believe that the students can achieve great things when given the opportunity and this performance is an example of that. +
During January/February 2016 Year 10 GCSE Drama students worked to create an episodic piece of theatre entitled ‘Trapped and Alone’. All six performances were linked by the overriding theme of ‘Trapped and Alone’, with each individual performance stemming from its own stimulus. The productions were completely written and directed by the students. +