Welcome from the Headteacher
We are a friendly, family school whose aim is that every student gains the life skills and qualifications that will allow them to lead happy and fulfilled lives.
Our vision statement is, “The Royal Harbour Academy is a proud community built upon success, high aspirations and a global outlook.”
Your child’s journey into secondary education starts with our Lower Site, which has many of the structures that children are familiar with in their primary schools. This allows for an excellent transition to secondary school, meaning all our students make great progress in the early stages of their secondary education. By the end of their time with us in Year 13, the majority of our students take up places at university.
We are proud of our school and we would welcome a chance to show it off to you, so do please contact us to arrange a visit.
- Simon Pullen, Headteacher
The Senior Leadership Team
Senior Assistant Headteacher
Assistant Headteacher, Raising Standards Leader
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Assistant Headteacher, Head of Upper Site
Assistant Headteacher, Head of Lower Site
"The school has been simply brilliant since joining in year 7. Can't believe the amount of work he has achieved and he is simply brimming with confidence."
"I think RHA brings out the best in every child by tapping into their individual strengths, while creating an environment of kindness, responsibility, and leadership. Our family is so grateful for our RHA family."
"Thank you RHA for giving such a supportive and aspirational education to my daughter who has achieved the best grades"
" My daughter has attended RHA for three years now. She absolutely loves the school and the staff. Her teachers are a great encouragement and the curriculum is varied and great."
There are currently four schools in our Trust in Thanet, Kent; three secondary schools and one primary. We are a local Trust and believe in working together collectively to give our students that best possible start to their lives both in terms of formal education but also through their development as human beings who have a place in the world.
For more information please see the Coastal Academies Trust website.