Parents and Carers Guide

Parents' and Carers' Guide

The Academy Grimsby receives additional funding, Pupil Premium, to support students who have been in receipt of free school meals within the last six years. The Academy will primarily focus the Pupil Premium funding to accelerate progress and ‘narrow the gap’ for disadvantaged students.

The Academy uses its Pupil Premium funding to help the attainment of all of its students.

The range of provision includes:

  • Reduced class sizes to improve opportunities and outcomes.
  • Designated Designated Education Welfare Officer.
  • Pastoral managers and Intervention manager
  • Laptops and other media to access learning
  • One to one / small group teaching for some students to support progress in English and Maths.
  • Holiday revision classes.
  • Allocation of Teaching Assistants for specific in class support.
  • Increased support to address shortfalls in reading and basic numeracy.
  • Pastoral support for vulnerable students.
  • Access to enrichment activity provision.
  • Free access through the Academy’s VLE to e-books to encourage and support home reading.

Impact of this funding:

  • Increased attendance from disadvantaged students – average 9%
  • Science Core results saw average grade of disadvantaged students only one grade below rest of cohort
Parents and Carers Guide

Business Dress

All students will be expected to wear the appropriate business dress and name badge when training at The Academy Grimsby. This business dress will be appropriate to the area the student will be training in. All students will be supplied with a name badge that must be worn at all times when on campus.

Behaviour and Exclusions

The aim of the Behaviour Policy for learning at The Academy Grimsby is to ensure every learner fulfils their potential. The Behaviour Policy at the Academy is a statement of good practice which allows all students to learn and teaching staff to teach.


The Academy Grimsby recognises that it has a statutory and moral duty towards safeguarding the welfare of its students – they should feel safe throughout their time with us and will be supported if any concerns are raised. We have a dedicated Safeguarding Team, who are available to talk to if students have any concerns, are unhappy, or even if they are worried about the welfare of a friend or fellow student.

For any activities or lessons completed on the Grimsby Institute site, students will be bussed across with a member of TAG staff. Students can talk to one of the team about any concerns they may have. Our Safeguarding Team are here to help and can be approached easily.

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