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Below you can find the latest news articles about the school.

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COVID-19 Mask Guidance Update - posted 13th May

The guidance on the use of facemasks has changed. From Monday 17th May, students no longer need to wear masks in school although they may do so if they wish. We have a few staff who are still vulnerable to infection and I would ask that your son or daughter continue to bring in their masks for the few lessons where we will need them to be worn.

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Year 10 Artistic Achievements - posted 25th Mar

The Silver Arts award was achieved by 6 Royal Harbour students who, in the face of the challenges the first lockdown brought, still managed to independently complete enough work to pass the course last year! The qualification saw students complete personal arts challenges plus take on leadership projects such as helping to host a primary school art conference.

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Parent Newsletter - 9th February 2021 - posted 9th Feb

Return to School The Prime Minister has said that he hopes that students will start returning to school from 8th March 2021 although he has given no guarantee that this will happen before the Easter holidays which begin on 2nd April 2021. The Government has said that we will get two weeks warning before any return to school and we will inform you of any changes as soon as we know. The school is of course open for the children of key workers and vulnerable students.

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Free School Meals - posted 27th Oct

It is extremely important that parents or carer make a claim, even if it is uncertain whether or not the application will be approved. Not only will your child receive a free meal, as well as ensuring that you receive the benefit to which you are entitled, the school’s income is also determined to a significant degree by the number of pupils claiming Free School Meals. This means more resources in school that will enhance your child’s education.

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KAMCOP Virtual Create Calm Workshops - posted 20th Oct

The cyanotype workshops involved students learning about the earliest form of photography before creating their own stunning prints. The Royal Harbour Academy has also been generously gifted not just the cyanotype papers and other resources needed but additionally the cyanotype lamp so they can continue this technique with students in the future without needing to loan one.

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Nash Farm Donations - posted 8th Oct

Our catering team has made use of the fresh produce by making Mushroom and Tarragon Soup, Tomato and Basil Soup, Banana Cake and Chilli and Tomato Chutney for students and staff to enjoy.

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Lower School YEARS 7 - 8
Upper School YEARS 9 - 11
Sixth Form YEARS 12- 13

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