Access to our research-backed Causeway Progression Framework
The Causeway Progression Framework allows you to assess current systems for supporting progression to Higher Education and to create a development plan to target future improvements.
You’ll receive half-termly face-to-face consultations from the central team. This will include support and suggestions to make sure your improvement plan is on track.
Four regional training days
These training days offer expert training giving you new ideas to support your students to make informed choices and access leading universities. They are a place to share best practice with others teachers and talk to Causeway’s expert staff.
Access to the OSCAR online platform
The OSCAR platform hosts the tools and resources needed to implement development plans. This contains a personal statement builder that all your students can access, giving them support to plan, structure and edit their statement. You will have full oversight of where each of your students are in their progress.
The programme is currently running with target schools in the West Midlands, Essex, Hertfordshire and Kent.
We are not currently recruiting for the programme.
We target schools based on a high proportion of students on free school meals and/or lower than average A Level performance and/or university progression rates.
Less than half way through the programme, compared to a three year baseline average we saw:
The increase in offer rates for students.
The increase in offers to high tariff institutions.
The decrease in rejection rates for students.
"Two students in Year 13 got offers to study Medicine this year thanks to support from Causeway. We got an outstanding Ofsted grade for the Sixth Form in Jan 2018."
Sandra Griffiths, Post-16 Learning Leader, St Edmund Campion School, Birmingham
"We have received our first Oxbridge offer in ten years."
Eamonn Casey, Assistant Headteacher, Caterham High School, Ilford
"I have organised over 50 events (compared to less than 10 in previous years). I have really developed my skills as a careers advisor/outreach coordinator and I feel I could apply these in another school if needed."
Danielle Evans, Academic Coach, Ormiston New Academy, Wolverhampton
"Leaders are currently engaged with the Sutton Trust to try and open wider access for those applying for the most competitive universities. Sixth-form students recognise how effectively they have been supported in deciding their destinations. The programme of support and guidance to assist them to progress to their chosen university and other destinations is very impressive."
Ofsted report, 21-22 May 2019, Wrotham School, Sevenoaks