We take the safety of the young people in our care extremely seriously. 100% of our students surveyed in April 2018 stated that they felt safe whilst at school and that they knew who they could turn to if they experienced problems. In our most recent survey, 100% parents agreed that their child was well looked after and felt safe at RAP.
We work with the widest possible range of agencies to ensure that our students are fully supported and that their welfare is promoted to achieve the most positive outcomes.
If you have a safeguarding concern please contact one of our safeguarding leads without delay;
Emma Murphy – Headteacher
Charles Knight – Deputy Headteacher
Gail Hayes – Pastoral and Welfare Manager
RAP Safeguarding Policy
RAP Child Sexual Exploitation
RAP Children Missing Education Policy
RAP Domestic Violence
RAP Female Genital Mutilation
RAP First Aid Policy
RAP Online Safety Policy
RAP Prevent Agenda
RAP Prevent Policy
RAP Supporting Students with Medical Conditions