Causeway School

Ensure that every single member of the school community is ‘putting achievement first’, fostering independent, happy and confident learners who leave school with the right skills and qualifications for the world they are growing into.

We absolutely believe that student learning and progress is our core purpose. However, we are equally determined that Causeway students will have the skills and attributes to live and work in the global society of tomorrow, and will be confident in their morals and values in order to lead good lives. It is important that we nurture and develop each individual’s passions and interests; educating the whole child by promoting excellence and supporting our students to make exceptional progress in the curriculum and beyond the curriculum.

 

The headteacher has improved standards since starting in January 2017. She is ably supported by her leadership team. Leaders and staff share her ambitious vision for pupils.

Ofsted Report, February 2019

 

There is an overwhelming sense of community that exists at the heart of Causeway School, bringing together students, staff, parents and carers. Our mission is simple; to ensure that every single member of the school community is ‘putting achievement first’, fostering happy, confident learners who leave school with the right skills and qualifications for the world they are growing into.

 

The trust has provided expertise in leadership, particularly in the form of the seconded headteacher and deputy headteacher

Ofsted Report, February 2019

We are very proud of Causeway School. It is a happy vibrant school where children and their achievement comes first. We are a small school which means we are able to really care for each individual and personalise the experience of school for all our children. The school continues to grow from strength to strength and our recent Ofsted praised, “Pupils’ attitudes to learning as positive because of strong relationships between staff and pupils.

Sarah Speedie - Head of School

 

Safeguarding is effective. Pupils feel safe and well cared for because pastoral support is strong.

Ofsted Report, February 2019