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Welcome to our page dedicated to information, links and tips about Online Safety.

At Blair Peach Primary School, the importance of Online Safety is reinforced throughout the year as well as being explicitly taught in ICT lessons during our E-Safety Unit. Every February, we celebrate Safer Internet Day with a range of activities and assemblies.

Safer Internet Day 2023 is on the 7th February

Click on this link for Ealing Children and Families Directory and coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre. There is a nice video and plenty of parent/carer tips for having a more positive relationship with your child/ren.


Safer Internet Day 2023 |  Ealing Directory (

Thinking of getting your child a new electronic device which can access the online? Great!
Please click on this link here to help setup some ‘Parental Controls’ to help manage your children’s electronic experience more manageable and enjoyable.

LGFL Parental Controls

5 Top Tips for Parents

Online Safeguarding Notice:


Please follow the link for more information and awareness on online safety 

Safeguarding both adults and children online (


Childnet SMART e-Safety Videos (click on the image below)

Learning about Online Safety at Home - Packs (click on the image below)

E-Safety reminders for Parents and their Pupils when using Purple Mash:
Parents please ensure that:

  • Pupils access Purple Mash in a shared space (not their bedroom).
  • Pupils respond using formal standard English (not ‘text message’ language please).
  • Pupils must use Purple Mash during school hours only.
  • When Pupils use 2Email or the 2Blog functions in Purple Mash, they should only speak about school work or any issues they are having with Home Learning.
  • If Parents have any concerns regarding Purple Mash to e-mail the Office who will contact your child’s Class Teacher. A report to teacher button is available at the bottom of any email received. Children can select this to alert their teacher to the email if they are unhappy with the content.
  • If pupils do post anything in Purple Mash which is inappropriate, they will be stopped from using the 2Email or 2Blog functions and the class teacher will speak to the parent via a phone call to discuss this. 

Parents can protect their children online at home by following some e-safety tips:

  • Keep computers in a central place. This will make it easier to keep an eye on children’s activities.
  • Teach children about internet safety as it’s impossible to monitor their online activity all the time. Explain why it’s important not to arrange in-person meetings with people they meet online, and why they shouldn’t share personal information with online strangers because people may not be who they claim to be.
  • Use Google’s SafeSearch to keep adult content out of your child’s search results – if you’re worried about children removing the SafeSearch setting without your knowledge you can protect it with a password.
  • As entertaining as interactive gaming is, be aware that children can speak, using their own voice, with strangers online. Take advantage of any Parental Control settings built in to the game or the console or PC and monitor your child’s online use as far as you can.
  • Be aware of cyber bullies and explain to your child that it is important that they don’t respond or retaliate to a cyber bully. If they are cyber-bullied, make sure they tell you about it.
  • If your child is being harassed by a classmate or another player online, follow the game’s reporting procedures to make them aware of what’s going on.

Always be careful when you are using the internet. It can help you to keep in touch with your friends and help your education – but it can also cause harm – to you and to others.

Remember help is always available at school if you are having any problems online.

Don’t be afraid to talk to your teacher or another adult at school.


If you or anyone you know is worried about Child Exploitation, Online Protection or anything related to Internet safety please click the link below which will take you to the CEOP reporting website:




Helpful links to look at with your family:


Age 5-7


Age 8-10


Age 11-13


Tips for staying safe online:


· Make sure you keep new online friends strictly online. If someone you don't know asks to be your online friend you must ensure an adult knows about it.


· Know how to use the CEOP Button and how to report it to the CEOP Centre if you are concerned about someone’s online behaviour towards you.

Here are a range of useful e-safety websites with useful advice for parents and children. Click on the links below: