Pupil Premium Grant and Outcomes

Pupil Premium Grant 2019: a three year plan

The aim of the Government’s Pupil Premium is to raise achievement among disadvantaged children. It will provide additional funding for disadvantaged students to ensure they benefit from the same educational opportunities as students from wealthier backgrounds. Students may be defined as disadvantaged if they:


· Are in the Looked After system

· Are entitled to Free School Meals

· Are children of Services personnel


The Pupil Premium has a number of wider aims:

· To increase social mobility;

· To enable more students from disadvantaged backgrounds to get to the top universities;

· To reduce the attainment gap between the highest and lowest achieving students nationally.


At NEECA those students who are in receipt of the Pupil Premium, access programmes designed to improve their educational outcomes, attainment and aspirations. In order to ensure that we spend these additional funds effectively, we have considered national advice by the Sutton Trust.



For the Pupil Premium Expenditure Report 15/16 please click here

For Allocation of Pupil Premium funds 16/17 please click here

For the Pupil Premium Expenditure 16/17 and Allocation of funds 17/18 please click here

For the Pupil Premium Expenditure Report 17/18 please click here

For Allocation of Pupil Premium funds 18/19 please click here

For the Pupil premium Expenditure Report 2018-19 please click here

North East Essex Co-Operative Academy is a part of Keys Co-Operative Academy Trust, a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England & Wales.

 Registered office: Heybridge Co-Operative Academy, The Street, Heybridge, CM9 4NB Company Number: 10831275