Getting through years of school with help along the way.
The Youth Council gives young people the opportunity to have a voice, discuss relevant issues, engage with, challenge and support decision makers and contribute to improving the lives of young people in the area.
It doesn’t matter what colour hair you have; what trainers you are wearing; how you walk; how you talk – being bullied is never your fault. How can you deal with bullying, help others, and find someone to speak too.
School nurses often run drop ins over your lunch break. They are trained nurses you can talk to about anything from mental health to sexual health. Want to know more?
Love them or loath them, everyone has to do them. Exams, revision and results are all times of pressure, and nearly everyone gets stressed. How can you handle that stress better?
Looking for help?
There are always people there ready to listen and not judge, no matter what the situation is. We have listed local and national services within each topic ready for you to check out and access when you need it. If you feel you don’t have anyone to talk to, or the service you want to access is closed you can contact ChildLine.
ChildLine is the UK’s free, confidential helpline for children and young people. They offer advice and support, by phone and online, 24 hours a day. Whenever and wherever you need them, they’ll be there. Call 0800 1111.