Your school and the Education Service need to keep information about you so that we can:
- keep in touch with you and let you know about the services Highland Council provide for young adults
- make sure you get the right help, advice and support when you need it
- work more effectively with other agencies that provide services for young adults such as SDS and Youth Services
We will ask your consent for this. You will be asked to complete a data consent form at school where you can agree for your data to be shared or request that it is not shared.
If you sign to give your consent, we only share this information with the relevant agencies. We do not sell or give your contact details to outside organisations who want to sell you something like memberships or products.
Your Guidance Teacher or 16+ Learning Choices Coordinator in school will give you further advice on data sharing.
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