Bigmother spy on kids schoolmeals Timetocrashout BY GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN Fishandmicrochipsatthecanteen London Lite Friday, 9 October 2009 15 Inbrief Mayormovesfor more tranquility BORIS JOHNSON today called for more tranquil spaces to provide an escape from city noise. The Mayor told the Tranquil Spaces conference at London Zoo that he wanted councils to identify quiet areas and establish new oases. He also plans to reduce noise by introducing more hybrid buses. Museummix-up on capital map A NEW map of London has been scrapped after the locations of two of the capitals biggest tourist destinations were mixed up. The guide to the 2010 cycle hire scheme had the Victoria & Albert Museum and Natural History Museum, which are several hundred yards apart, the wrong way around. Car bomb kills 41 in Pakistan AT LEAST 41 people were killed when a suicide car bomb exploded next to a bus in Pakistan today. More than a hundred people were injured in the blast in Peshawar. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Al Qaeda-linked Pakistani Taliban militants have set off numerous bombs in the area. PUPILS who eat chips every day will soon be found out -- because Big Mother is watching. A London primary school is testing new canteen spy technology that automati- cally logs every food choice on a childs tray at lunchtime. A full menu, including main courses, side dishes and puddings chosen by each pupil, is uploaded to a website where parents can log on to monitor their offsprings dietary habits. The system has been used at St Johns Church of England School in Stanmore, Middlesex, under a trial by Harrow Council. An airport-style till allows dinner ladies to check each of the 300 primary pupils names against digital photos before they can tuck in. Education chiefs hope the system will encourage healthy eating as parents can make sure children get a balanced diet at school and at home. But there are also safety benefits as the system records pupils allergies and the till rejects any unsuitable foods. Cllr Anjana Patel, Harrow Councils cabinet member for schools and childrens develop- ment, said: This isnt a case of big brother but we think it is important that parents can see what their very young children are eating during the day so that they can help them make better nutritional choices. Pupils are also taught about the meals on their plates as part of a wider food education plan. FLAVIO BRIATORE cut a sad figure as he left a London restaurant last night with wife Elisabetta. The F1 boss, 59, was thrown out of the sport last month after a race crash scandal.