Information sharing protocols

How we share data, what we share and why

Information sharing protocols: Learning and Education

Title Purpose Partners
ECC Education Compliance and CHIS (DOC, 90KB) In the interests of safeguarding, cross referencing details for children/young people reported as 'missing from education' and whose whereabouts cannot be confirmed. ECC, Provide
Hertfordshire School Admissions (DOC, 85KB) HCC requires data for a transfer to secondary school mail out. They require the information of current year 5 students who live in Hertfordshire but who attend a school in Essex. ECC, Herts County Council
Overarching Education Agreement (DOC, 80KB) Effectively sharing information relating to young people (between the ages of 0 – 19 and up to the age of 25 for those with learning difficulties) between providers and ECC will bring sufficient benefits in supporting the learning, welfare and safeguarding of children and young people in Essex. ECC, Education Providers
The National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) (DOC, 76.53KB) In order to keep records up to date and accurate, Provide Child Health team (CHIS) is requesting information from Essex County Council. The purpose is to ensure that the CHIS service have an accurate record of children who have moved into borough but not listed as having a school or being home schooled. ECC, Provide
Legal Interventions for School Non-attendance (DOC, 81.6KB) To enable the Attendance Compliance Team and ECS to securely share information to refer to ECC for legal intervention in relation to non-school attendance on behalf of Essex schools. ECC, ECS Pupil Attendance