Suffolk County Council's Health, Wellbeing and Children's Services provide support, information, advice and guidance to help families and young people make good choices now and in the future. To do this we have to record and keep information about the children, young people and families that we work with.
The type of information we keep will include things like name, address, date of birth, ethnicity, religion, health, care and education data. As part of our work with you, there will be times when we need to share some of this information with other people in Suffolk County Council, and with other organisations to make sure that you have access to the right care, training, support and protection.
yojo app privacy
The information held within the yojo app is not included in the information that the County Council keeps about the young people that we work with. It is only used within the application to provide users with notifications about the live vacancies they have favourited, updates and feedback for the app system. Only people who provide technical support for the app have access to this data and it is not shared with any other individuals.
Download the yojo app.
Message for Year 11 students
If you're in Year 11 you will be asked to complete a 'Future You' form, so that we can understand more about your future plans and see if you need any help.
If you leave Year 11 and don’t continue in learning, we may share basic information about you with organisations near you that can help you with your future, e.g. a college or training provider with courses that might interest you. We are careful about what we share and only authorised people will access the information when they need it to do their jobs. The only time we will share your information without your permission is if the law requires us to do so.
We might share your additional information with some of the providers listed below, if we thought they could help you move towards education, employment or training:
Can I see the information you have about me?
You have the right under the Data Protection Act 1998 to see the information we keep about you. If you're a young person you will need to understand what you are asking to see. This is usually when you are 12 years or older.
If you want to know more about the information that we hold about you, you can start by talking to the person who is already providing you with support. If no one is currently working with you, or if you have decided that you want to access your information please contact the suffolk County Council Data Protection Office on 01473 264814, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download leaflet - the information we keep about you (pdf).
If you want to learn more about your rights regarding personal data, you can contact the independent Information Commissioner’s office (ICO), who is there to protect the data protection rights of citizens.
ICO helpline - call 01625 545745 or visit the website at ico.org.uk/