Child Protection and Safeguarding
Capital City Academy takes its responsibility for child protection and safeguarding very seriously. We will always seek to work in the best interests of children and young adults.
What to do if you are worried about the safety of a child
There are three other members of staff who support with safeguarding and wellbeing; Ms Rasool (Maternity cover for Ms O'Brien-Bhuj) is Director of Wellbeing and is the school's lead on Safeguarding. Ms Caprice (Child Protection Officer) and Mr Pittaway (CLT responsibility for Child Protection). Please contact a member of this team if you have any concerns.
Patrice O'Brien-Bhuj (Director of Student Wellbeing) - on maternity
Isma Rasool (Director of Student Wellbeing) - maternity cover
Carol Caprice (Child Protection Officer)
Ben Pittaway (Vice Principal/ CLT responsibility for Child Protection)
You can also contact Brent Local Authority Child Protection Team by clicking on the link below -
Please click on the expandable sections below for further advice.
Keeping Children Safe
Keeping children safe on the internet and social media can feel like a very challenging task. The National Society for the Protection of Children from Cruelty (NSPCC) has an excellent website with clear, practical and helpful advice. Please click on the link below to access this site.
There is also useful advice on E-Safety and how to ensure your child uses privacy settings correctly for online platforms.
If you have specific concerns about a child's safety, you can call Brent Family Front Door on 020 8937 4300. You can also email them at -
Alternatively you can speak to your child's Year Team Leader or a member of the school's Child Protection Team (contact details above).
Advice for parents/carers about Radicalisation and Social Media
Please click on the following link for guidance:
The SoS has launched the Educate Against Hate website. The site brings together the best advice, support and resources available for parents, teachers and school leaders who want to learn how to protect young people from extremism and radicalisation.
Advice for parents/carers about Cyberbullying
Please click on the following link for guidance on cyberbullying.