Where we RAP


Acland Burghley
Archer Academy
Birkenhead School
Bishop Wordsworth’s
Bradfield College
Bradford Grammar
Camden School for Girls
Caterham High School
Charter North Dulwich
Chelsea Academy
Chesterton Community College
Co-op Academy Manchester
Cranbrook School
Dr Challoner’s Grammar
Fortismere School
Framingham Earl High
Grey Coat Hospital
Hampstead School

Harris Academy Beckenham
Harris Academy Crystal Palace
Harris Academy Dulwich Boys
Harris Academy East Dulwich
Haverstock School
Henrietta Barnet
Highgate Woods
John Cabot Academy
John Lyon School
Kingsdale Foundation
Kings Langley School
La Sainte Union School
Landau Forte Academy
London Academy of Excellence
Parliament Hill School
Queen Elizabeth Girls
Sale Grammar
Shireland Collegiate Academy
St Marylebone School

Teddington School
UCL Academy
Walsall Academy
Watford UTC
Whitworth Park Academy
William Ellis School

Primary Schools

Albion Primary
Charles Dickens Primary
Dulwich Hamlet Primary
Gospel Oak Primary
Ivydale Primary
Judith Kerr Primary
Peters Hill Primary
St Jude’s Primary
Surrey Square Primary
Tiverton Primary

The Rap Project is in over 200 schools.

What They Say

“At Camden School For Girls Sixth form, we run a weekly assembly programme for the whole of year 12 and year 13. As you will appreciate, as a state comprehensive school, we have no budget as such and rely on our speakers to offer to come in free of charge. The Rap Project has kindly done so on several occasions delivering assemblies on topics such as social skills, consent, relationships and some of the dangers associated with social media and pornography, for which we are very grateful as we are aware that they would normally have to charge for their services. If they were able to offer free assemblies, we would definitely have them in at least twice a year as the topics they cover are broad and all very pertinent to students in our age range. Both Allison Havey and Deanna Puccio are excellent Speakers, their manner and approach is very accessible and sensitive which really puts the students at ease when discussing topics they would feel embarrassed talking about. This was the review of one of our students about the talk on pornography: ‘It was great to have such an eye-opening, frank and interesting talk about a subject that many of us feel very uncomfortable about.’
Olivia Camilloo, Head of Sixth Form
Camden School for Girls

“We were really impressed by the presentation from Jess and the RAP Foundation. The workshop covers some very important and sensitive topics in an age-appropriate and engaging way. It was great that we were able to review the material in advance so we knew what to expect and could talk about anything that we felt might not be quite right for our children, and Jess was then happy to adapt the presentation in response to this. The communication and organisation in advance of the talk was excellent. The presentation itself was delivered in a lively and engaging way, and the children were focused and interested throughout. They all spoke very positively about it afterwards, and able to talk about the things they had learned or might do differently in future. Thank you so much for working with our school.”
Abi Johnson, Head of Year 6
Gospel Oak Primary

“We have been working with the RAP Project for several years and they are an absolutely key part of our programme of educating students about the many challenges they face growing up in the world. Getting students to think carefully about pornography, social media, gender stereotypes etc. is fundamentally key if we are to prepare them for the digital age. As a state-funded school, we currently have a very limited budget to bring in visiting speakers and at the moment the RAP project uses up the vast majority of this money each year. It is well worth it, however it does limit our ability to engage with any other external agency to cover other topics in greater detail e.g. drugs and alcohol, betting, etc. If there was a way that we could be funded to work with the RAP Foundation we would love to get them in to speak to students more regularly and to work more with our staff body who are so key in supporting the students with the challenges they face.”
Dan Colquhoun, Assistant Headteacher, Director of Sixth Form
Dr Challoner’s Grammar School

“The RAP sessions were fantastic! Students loved them and commented of the knowledge they gained and how the content was really easy to follow and presented in an engaging way. In particular the 6th form groups and staff commented on how beneficial it was to learn some of the finer details of the law.”
David Marillat, Senior Assistant Principal, Director of Faculty for PE & Science
Harris Academy Crystal Palace