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This form is for any student, staff member or any other contact of RADA. If you have a concern, current or historical, please let us know.

You can report incidences of physical or sexual assault, harassment, bullying, discrimination based on belief, religion, age and disability. This is not an exhaustive list. If something is causing you concern personally or you are concerned for someone else, let us know. We want to help.

Whether you are a student, staff member, parent or any other contact of RADA you can report a concern either anonymously, or with your contact details so we can follow up with you. If reporting anonymously RADA will log, monitor and follow up where possible or appropriate.

The form will be sent confidentially to a member of staff who is responsible for concerns, complaints and safeguarding.

Form submissions will be monitored during usual working hours and urgent concerns will be handled as a priority. If you have provided your details, we will aim to reply to your submission with an acknowledgment within 72 working hours.

Types of concern you might wish to raise include:

  • Abuse (abuse can be physical, emotional, sexual, psychological, domestic, financial, exploitative or neglect/abandonment
  • Harassment or stalking behaviour
  • Behaviours which cause harm to themselves or to others
  • Suicidal thoughts, self-harm or deteriorating mental health
  • Extremism or radicalisation in the RADA community or on campus.

Safeguarding at RADA

RADA’s Lead Safeguarding Officers are Tracy Keating (Head of Student Wellbeing), Neelam Khosla-Stevens (Registrar) and Jayesha Fernando (Deputy Registrar). They work with a Safeguarding Group and with colleagues across RADA.

Find out more about safeguarding at RADA here.

Formal complaints process

You can find the formal complaints procedure for students here, and for staff in the staff handbook on Sharepoint.