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Wizard of Oz
Thursday, April 26, 2018

Since October students have been working hard on and off stage to create an exceptional performance for their friends and family. We are extremely proud of the students involved and are so lucky to work with such a professional and talented team.  +

Residential trip to Sorrento
Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Twenty four students went on an incredible three night residential trip to Sorrento in the Easter holiday. Students visited the iconic sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum where they were given extensive knowledge of the sites by expert guides. Students understood the different effects that resulted in the 79AD eruption witnessing the bodies that have been preserved as a result of the pyroclastic flows. They visited other archaeological sites and went into the picturesque town of Sorrento and around the Port. On the last day they visited Vesuvius which dominates the Gulf of Naples. Students walked to the immense crater rim and were able to take in the surroundings and the potential risk faced by the one million people living in the shadow. Students were enthusiastic and inquisitive about the different sites, enjoyed the Italian food and were exceptional ambassadors for Causeway School. +

Year 11 Prom Fayre
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Just before the Easter holidays we held our first Year 11 Prom Fayre. We had a great turn out from our Year 11’s who came along to watch their fellow students present a fashion show, showcasing the latest Prom wear. We are very grateful to all the local companies attedning who organised everything from suit hire, limousine supply, photography and flowers. They also supplied prizes for our raffle which was drawn at the end of the night. Our Year 11 Prom will be held on Friday 13th July at the Cavendish Hotel, Eastbourne. Year 11 students can now book their place at the main school reception. +

Causeway Connection - Edition 319
Friday, March 16, 2018

The latest edition of the Causeway Connection can be downloaded here.  +

Over 50 people attend Private View of The Secret Catch at Causeway School
Tuesday, March 06, 2018

The Lottery funded Heritage project ‘Secret Catch - fishing families’ organised by Community Stuff, put together to teach pupils at Causeway School the unknown history of fishing families in Eastbourne. The private view in the Causeway School Gallery attracted over 50 people. +

Swale Academies Trust joins Causeway School for a dance extravaganza
Thursday, March 01, 2018

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. +

Causeway Connection - Edition 318
Friday, February 09, 2018

The latest edition of the Causeway Connection can be downloaded here.  +

UK Rock Challenge
Tuesday, February 06, 2018

Causeway students took part in UK Rock Challenge for the third year in a row. Rock Challenge is a global performing arts event where schools create an 8 minute dance-drama performance on a theme of their choice. +

Causeway joins the Tennis Foundation’s School of Tennis Programme
Monday, February 05, 2018

Causeway School are delighted to announce that they have been chosen as one of 23 new schools to take part in the Tennis Foundation’s School of Tennis programme. The 23 new schools will join the 62 schools already on the programme following an incredibly successful pilot in 2016, where 94% of stakeholders reported a significant impact and radical overhaul of tennis delivery within their school since joining.  +

Causeway in the press - Headteacher pays tribute to staff and students for positive OFSTED report
Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Causeway's recent positive Ofsted inspection was recently featured in the Eastbourne Herald.  +