To access Trigger´s Online Club you are required to get permission from a parent, teacher or guardian. This is because some of the activities in Trigger´s Online Club require you to submit information about yourself, for example to enter a competition
The Trigger Club area consists of:
About Trigger: This page contains information about the mascot and what they represent. From time to time, children may be asked to send in their own ideas, stories or poems about the character or enter special competitions. All of these activities will be conducted with the child's online safety in mind.
Competition: This page will have regular competitions for children to enter. Competition prizes will be awarded through schools. For specific rules for each competition please refer to the competition rules on the competition page.
Tell Trigger: This page has been set-up for educational reasons, to help children learn about email communication. Children are asked a question by Trigger and when they complete the form are either sent an email response by the Trigger or if the child does not provide an email address the response can be displayed on the website page. To see how any personal thoughts collected from a child are used, please read "What we do with the information you provide".
The information being collected on this website will only be seen by the producers of My School Lunch, the provider of school meals in your school, Tower Hamlets Council and when requested your school staff. Any information or opinions you supply will not be passed to other organisations or used to contact you other than for the purposes of running the website, such as an email from the Trigger in response to your answer or to run the website competition. Information you supply is for educational reasons and any opinions supplied will be used to help improve this website or the school meals service provided in your school. If you no longer wish to be a member of the Trigger Club please ask your parent/teacher/guardian to email us using the Contact Us form in the parents section of the website.
Whilst you are browsing the My School Lunch website, a cookie (small computer file) is stored on your computer in order that we can identify your session and, in the case of the Online Club, grant you access. Your web browser destroys this cookie after 20 minutes of inactivity, or when you close the web browser application. At no stage is any personal information stored in a cookie, or any information that would allow us to identify you as an individual.
Statistics based on the overall opinion of children accessing the online club may be shared with other local authorities or suppliers. This will not state your individual opinion but an overall opinion of everyone and will only be used for improving the website and the school meals service in your schools.
This website provides links to a number of external websites. My School Lunch is not in any way responsible for the way in which such websites may use your information or content of such websites. You should check or ask your parent/teacher/guardian to check that the way in which such websites use your information and/or the content of such websites is suitable for you While we strive to keep the information that you supply secure once we have received it, please be aware that other people may be able to read any information you send to us via the Internet as it is not a fully secure method of sending information. However we have put preventative measures in place by adding SSL encryption to all the forms on My School Lunch.
If your parent, guardian or teacher would like to know what information we have stored about you they can send for a copy of the information by completing the enquiry form on the "Contact Us" page of the "For Parents and Teachers" section.
Policy revised July 2010