Supervision within the Essex Educational Psychology Service 2018-2019

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Closes 30 Sep 2019


1. Privacy notice for Citizen Space

Privacy notice

Essex County Council Privacy Notice for Consultations and Surveys using Citizenspace

By consenting to take part in an Essex County Council consultation or survey, whether online, on paper, in person or by telephone, you are giving permission for us (as data controller) or third parties acting on our behalf (as data processors) to collect and process the personal data that you provide as part of the consultation or survey. This may include personal data such as your first name, family name or surname, address, telephone numbers, date of birth, email address and IP address (if using our website). It may also include sensitive personal data such as your ethnicity, religion, gender, marital status or health information.

For consultations, processing means the organisation, retrieval, use and deletion or destruction of information and the use of that information in Council decision-making.

We will keep your personal data for no more than two years after the closing date of a consultation/survey.

We will keep non-personal information you have provided for no more than seven years, and this is exempt from being deleted upon request by you if aggregated with other information.

Following the end of the consultation/survey we shall publish the results and this may include quotes of comments or responses in full and will be anonomised. If you reply to an anonymous survey then no personal details will be captured.

Information you provide in response to our consultations, including personal information, may be disclosed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the General Data Protection Regulations 2018.  

For more information on how Essex County Council collects and uses personal data, request details of the information the council holds about you, withdraw a consent you have given or make a complaint see

Use of third party web analytics

The Council’s consultation webpages are hosted externally by an organisation called Delib. You can access Delib’s privacy notice at the bottom of this webpage. When someone visits the Council’s consultation website we use third-party services to collect standard internet usage log information. This information is only processed in a way which does not identify anyone.

2. What is your role?
3. What area of Essex do you work in? (for SSEPs and EPs only)
4. Did you receive individual professional supervision during the academic year 2018-2019?
5. Approximately how many hours of individual professional supervision did you have over the academic year 2018-2019?
6. Have you attended the Essex EP Service Initial Supervision Training (2 days)?
7. Being professionally supervised is useful to me in my work.
8. If it has been useful to you, please give at least one example of how it has been useful.
9. A national priority for all public services is to provide better outcomes for children and young people. How does your own professional supervision contribute to better outcomes for children and young people in Essex?
10. Do you have any other comments regarding supervision?