At Maths Circle our absolute priority is to keep your children safe. We have no
chat functions, no in-game purchases and no adverts. It is important to us to keep your data secure and protected. We are GDPR and ICO Age Appropriate Design Code compliant and are also Cyber Essentials Plus certified.
Show your children our “child-friendly” Privacy Notice and talk to them about the importance of keeping personal data safe.
1. UNIQUE PASSWORDS
Make sure each child is set their own unique password that is not easy for other children to guess. You can use animal pins for the younger children who may struggle to remember.
It may sound obvious, but in school DON’T use the same password for all your children
and DON’T display passwords on the class noticeboard. Use our auto-
populated username labels and parent letters to easily and safely share
login details with parents/carers.
2. USE ROCK NAMES
On TTRS every user chooses their very own Rock Name and designs their unique Rock Avatar. Whilst nothing in TTRS ever identifies a user’s real-time location, these “Rock alter egos” can be used to hide the identity of the child in multi-player games to provide extra anonymity. Teachers can display Rock Names instead of Real Names at the end of a game, and also in school charts, (both a default setting) in Settings & Admin > Privacy Settings.
3. LOG OUT
Always remind your children to log out after playing TTRS.
4. TALK ABOUT IT
their account and spends their coins on unwanted purchases – use this as an opportunity to talk to the children about the importance of keeping
passwords secret, even from friends.