The following privacy notice applies to the Statutory Assessment Service.
- Education Information
- Child in Care Status
- Disability/Additional needs
- Attendance Data
- Unique Pupil Number
- Category of Need
- Contact details
- Other Agencies Involved
Information relevant to case
- Funding Authority
- Statement Details
- Support services in place
- NHS number
Agencies we might share the information with:
- Education Providers
- Health Agencies
- Department for Education
- Alternative Education Providers
- Children's Social Care
- Youth Offending Service
- Other Local Authorities
- Education Psychology Service
- Specialist Teachers
- Missing Education and Child Employment Service
- Residential Care Providers
- Commissioned partners
- Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service
Essex Parent Partnership
- Independent Parental Supporters FACE
- Local Government Ombudsman
- Legal representatives of other parties
- SEN Tribunal Office
- Other Education Teams
Purpose for processing: Service delivery, service improvement and planning, prevention and detection of crime or fraud and research using anonymised data only.
Use of your NHS number in education
If you are receiving education then the NHS may share your NHS number with the local authority.
This is so the NHS and the local authority are using the same number to identify you while providing your education.
By using the same number the NHS and the local authority can work together more closely to improve your education and support.
We'll use this number in an integrated care record system across a number of support services including GPs, hospitals, community matrons, district nurses and social care practitioners.
It will also be shared with statutory education services for the provision of targeted education for children and young people.
If you want to opt-out from the use of your NHS number for education purposes, please talk with your social worker, or by contacting us on 0345 603 7630 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.