Causeway Education

Causeway Education

We exist to make sure that progression is not determined by privilege.

We do this by supporting young people to overcome barriers in accessing higher education, apprenticeship and career opportunities.

Our team of experienced strategists, practitioners and researchers know that with the right support in exploration, choices and applications, all young people can find and realise their ambition.

In our unequal society, some young people face far greater challenges than others in accessing higher education and career opportunities. Dedicated teachers, advisors and outreach professionals work tirelessly on redressing these inequalities. We are there for all those confronting these barriers, helping to bring about positive change through our offer of expert support, transformational outreach and outstanding application and progression advice. We partner with multiple corporate and 3rd sector organisations to deliver outreach that is evidence led, practical, collaborative and ultimately, high-quality.

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Recap: Using workforce data to understand and improve social mobility

As an employer, data is one of the most important tools you have for understanding and improving diversity in your workplace, including social mobility. However, many employers report that collecting socio-economic data remains their biggest challenge. In our latest masterclass we explored the importance of collecting relevant and high quality data, including practical advice such […]

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There's still time to register for our next employers’ masterclass on 9th February!


We’re looking forward to celebrating Apprenticeships as part of #NAW2023, exploring how they can drive social mobility and help to develop #SkillsForLife.

We’ll be joined by Harry Morgan, UK Skills for Jobs Lead at Microsoft and Jessica Leigh Jones MBE, Co-Founder and CEO of iungo Solutions.

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