Where We Rap

We are proud to say we are in over 250 schools throughout the UK and abroad. If you’d like to add your school to our list click here to get in touch.

  • Abbot’s Hill School
  • Acland Burghley
  • Alleyn’s School
  • Aldenham School
  • Applemore College
  • Ashford School
  • Bedales School
  • Bede’s School
  • Belmont School
  • Benenden School
  • Berkhamstead School
  • Birkdale School
  • Birkenhead School
  • Bishop Wordsworth’s
  • Bolton School
  • Bishop Stortford
  • Bradfield College
  • Bradford Grammar
  • Brighton & Hove HS
  • Bromley High School
  • Bryanston
  • Burgess Hill School
  • Caldicott School
  • Camden Schl for Girls
  • Channing School
  • Charterhouse School
  • Charter North Dulwich
  • Cheadle Hulme School
  • Chelsea Academy
  • Cheltenham College
  • Churcher’s College
  • City School of London
  • City of London Acad
  • City of London F’mens
  • City of London Girls
  • Claysmore School
  • Claremont School
  • Colfe’s School
  • Colston’s School
  • Cranbrook School
  • Dauntsey’s School
  • Dean Close School
  • DLD 6tth Form College
  • Dollar Academy
  • Dover Grammar, Boys
  • Downe House
  • Downside School
  • Dr Challoner’s Gram
  • Dulwich College
  • Durham School
  • Edinburgh Academy
  • Emanuel School
  • Epsom College
  • Eton College
  • Exeter School
  • Fairley House School
  • Felsted School
  • Fettes School
  • Fortismere School
  • Francis Holland,Reg Pk
  • Francis Holland, SS
  • Glasgow Academy
  • Godolphin & Latymer
  • Gresham’s School
  • Guildford High School
  • Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys & Girls Schools
  • Hampstead Fine Arts
  • Hampstead School
  • Harrow School
  • Headington School
  • Highgate School
  • Highgate Woods
  • Howell’s School
  • Immanuel College
  • Ipswich School
  • JCoSS
  • John Lyon School
  • Kibble Education Ctr
  • King Alfred’s School
  • King Edward VI HS
  • The Kingsley School
  • Kingsdale Foundation
  • Kings Langley School
  • Kings Wimbledon
  • Kingschott School
  • Lady Eleanor Hollis
  • Langley School, Norf
  • The Latymer School
  • Latymer Upper School
  • La Sainte Union School
  • Lingfield Notre Dame
  • London Ac Excellence
  • Magdalen College Sch
  • Manor House School
  • Mayfield School
  • Merchant Taylor’s Boys (London & Liverpool)
  • Merchant Taylor’s Girls
  • Merchiston Castle
  • Millfield School
  • Mill Hill School
  • Monkton Combe Sch
  • Morpeth School
  • The Mount School
  • MPW School
  • Newcastle Grammar
  • New Hall School
  • Notting Hill & Ealing
  • North Bridge House
  • Northampton HS
  • North London Coll
  • Northwood Coll Girls
  • Norwich High School
  • Norwich School
  • Oundle School
  • Oxford High School
  • Pangbourne College
  • Parliament Hill School
  • Pershore High School
  • Plymouth College
  • Plymouth Grammar
  • Pocklington School
  • Princess Helena College
  • Prior Park College
  • Putney High School
  • Queen Elizabeth’s Girls
  • Queen’s College, Devon
  • Queen’s College, London
  • Queens Gate School
  • Queenswood School
  • Radley College
  • Reach Academy
  • Reeds School
  • Reigate Grammar
  • RGS Guildford
  • Royal Gram N’castle
  • Royal Grammar School
  • Royal High School Bath
  • Royal Masonic Sc Girls
  • Rye St. Anthony School
  • Stamford High School
  • St Albans HS for Girls
  • St Albans School
  • St Anthony’s Girls
  • St Catherine’s School
  • St Christopher, Letchworth
  • St Edward’s, Oxford
  • St Francis College
  • St Helen’s School, Northwood
  • St Helen St Katherine
  • St John’s School
  • St Joseph’s College
  • St George’s for Girls
  • St George’s Weybridge
  • St Margaret’s Herts
  • St Mary’s Schl, Ascot
  • St Mary’s, Gerrard’s X
  • St Paul’s Girls’ School
  • St Paul’s School
  • St Teresa’s School
  • St Swithun’s School
  • Sevenoaks School
  • Sheffield High School
  • Shrewsbury HS
  • Shrewsbury School
  • South Hampstead HS
  • Southbank Intl
  • S Wiltshire Grammar
  • Stamford High School
  • Stockport Grammar
  • Surbiton School
  • Sutton High School
  • Sutton Grammar
  • Sydenham High School
  • Tiffin Boys’ School
  • Tiffin Girls’ School
  • Tonbridge School
  • Tormead School
  • Tudor Hall
  • University Coll Sch
  • Uppingham School
  • Village School
  • Watford UTC
  • Walthamstow Hall
  • Warminster School
  • Wellington College
  • Westminster School
  • Westminster S’bank
  • Whitgift School
  • William Ellis School
  • Wimbledon HS
  • Woldingham School
  • Woodford County HS
  • Woodbridge School
  • Wychwood School
  • Winchester College


  • Oakfield Prep School
  • The Village School


  • Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge



  • St Vincent’s College, Potts Point, Sydney


  • Bermuda High School
  • Somersfield Academy
  • Sultus Grammar School
  • Warwick Academy


  • Ellie’s Safe House, Morzine


  • The Garden International School


  • St Andrew’s Senior School, Turi


  • Beaulieu
  • Haute Vallee School
  • Hautlieu
  • Highlands College
  • Lex Quennevais
  • Jersey College for Girls
  • Le Rocquier
  • JAAR (Jersey Action Against Rape)
  • Victoria College


  • Stamford American International School


  • TEMS Madrid (Cognita)


  • The Hun School of Princeton

What People Say

“After the events of recent months (Everyone’s Invited), Deana came to our school and gave the most empowering presentation. As a mother of three girls, all in similar levels of education as we are, she gets it and can sympathise with the pressures many of us are facing, all amplified by Covid-19.”

Sixth Form Pupil, Walthamstow Hall

“The RAP Project delivered an empowering talk on the influence that social media and pornography have on the way we think. The presentation taught us to understand the importance of safety while on a GAP Year, and awareness of peer-on-peer sexual assault and harassment. We now have the confidence to stand up for ourselves in difficult situations. We really liked how Allison treated us as equals and made us feel comfortable discussing uncomfortable subjects. It was the best talk we’ve ever received on Relationship and Sex Education, we’re grateful for all the advice we received”.

Amelie and Yazmin, Year 13 students
South Hampstead High School

“Deana Puccio has been supporting our schools with The RAP Project for several years. In that time many guest speakers have come and gone but there’s one reason we will always want Deana back: the kids listen to her. Deana has a superpower which reaches out to teenagers, delivering crucial messages to keep them safe. She doesn’t mince her words: she speaks from the heart; she has good humour; good sense and no illusions about the perilous 21st century world adults have unwittingly created for children. Forget the X-factor. We call it the Deana-Factor! Every school needs it!”

Libby Russo, Asst Head,
Pupil & Staff Well-Being, Belmont School

“Channing has had a long and fruitful association with The RAP Project for over ten years. Their talks to students form an important and much-valued part of our wider PSHE programme in dealing with the issues involved in gender-based abuse and violence. Deana is a straight-talking former New York Assistant District Attorney with teenage children of her own, which enables her to find the perfect balance between having authority and expertise in the subject while also talking to our students in ways they find engaging and accessible. We have been very grateful for the willingness of Deana and Allison to adapt, try new things and offer advice on how we can build on their work in school to make this an integrated aspect of our school programme, rather than a once-a-year tick-box exercise.”

Lyndsey Hughes, Headmistress, Channing School

“I grew up in a house where my father, brother and I often used homophobic, misogynist language. I realise now, after your talk, that I owe my mother, sister and several peers my apologies. I am going to say I am sorry to each and every one of them. This is down to your talk. Thank you, Allison.”

Fifth Form student, The Academy School, Edinburgh

“I think Talking About the Digital Birds and Bees is an absolutely BRILLIANT presentation. I don’t think that even the most conservative parent could criticise it! I really admired how Jess addressed kindness and mindfulness, and not making people feel left out as well as safeguarding issues for parents. Also, will now teach my kids that some subjects are just too big to handle alone, and they should feel safe to share it with an adult they trust for support.”

Parent, Year 6 pupil

“I wanted you to know how wonderful your presentation was. The topics discussed hit close to home. I am now 16, but years ago I was a victim who chose not to act upon the actions, as I had no clue what was going on. I am a survivor and your talk meant so much to me. It empowered me to make sure history doesn’t repeat itself, or harm those around me that I love. Please, for the love of God, continue to do what you do!”

Student, Year 11

“Thank you for arranging the webinar for parents yesterday evening, which was very interesting and informative, especially now as everyone isn’t able to mix and share information so freely at the moment. Also, both of our daughters’ thought Deana was absolutely brilliant, so she is clearly hitting a nerve with the girls too which is great. It seems the talks were very empowering for all the girls and prompted chats at home which is so important. Thank you so much for organising these!”

Parents, Year 10 and 13 students

“Thank you again for all the excellent work with our pupils and for the resources. You are all doing a huge job on behalf of this generation. We look forward to working with you next time and do get a good rest from what has been an unprecedented year of zoom and issues!”

Christopher R Bass, Head of PSHCE
The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School