Exam revision tips & managing stress

Young Minds- Top Tips for parents concerned about children’s exam stress

Young Minds Parents Helpline

Special educational needs advice service, run by charity Contact a Family.

 

Mental health and wellbeing

Young Minds- Mental health and wellbeing - for parents

Mood Gym- Free online self help resource

Voice collective- support for parents

Harmless- information about self harm

Information on suicide and self harm for parents

NSPCC- Advice for parents on why children self harm

 

Alcohol and drugs

FRANK- Worried about a child? Advice for parents and carers

 

Bullying & online safety

Kidscape- Anti bullying helpline for parents

Anti bullying alliance- advice

Beat Bullying- advice for parents

Thuinkuknow- Cyber bullying/ parents advice

Thinkuknow- parents and carers guide to the internet

Thinkuknow-  Online safety/Teachers guide

Childnet- Information for parents and carers

Vodafone- Digital parenting

 

Relationships & sexual health

Domestic violence- Information and Advice

Refuge- For women and children against domestic violence

Co-ordinated Action Against Domestic Abuse (CAADA)

Against Violence and Abuse

White Ribbon campaign

 

Other topics

Kingston police- Advice

Lone parent helpline

Child line- Advice for parents

BBC Advice- Money & Law Advice

Youth Health Talk- All health topics

 

Loss and Bereavement

Kingston Bereavement service

Metropolitan police- Bereavement information

 

School Child Protection Officers
Supportive Helplines
Student Support
Parent Support

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Exam revision tips & managing stress

Mind- Coping with academic work and exams  

Mind- How to cope with student life

BBC Advice- Revision tips 

BBC Advice- Exam Stress

BBC- Revision tips 

Beat exam stress- NHS info 

Spark notes- literature study guide

Student room- revision, exam and homework help

 

Mental health and wellbeing

Young Minds- Mental Health and Wellbeing for Young people

Mind- How to improve your mental wellbeing

NHS- 10 ways to fight your fears

Voice collective- Peer support for young people who hear voices

BBC Advice- health and wellbeing topics

 

Alcohol and drugs

BBC Advice- Information /Alcohol and drugs 

FRANK- Friendly confidential drugs advice

Drug Scope- for everything you ever wanted to know about the world of drugs

 

Bullying & online safety

BBC Advice- information on bullying 

Anti bullying alliance- advice

ThinkuKNow- Cyber bullying /How to stay in control

Thinkuknow- Cyber bullying/ What can go wrong

Childnet- Information for young people

 

Relationships & sexual health

BBC Advice- Sex and relationships

Ask Brook- Confidential advice and help 

Getting it on- sexual health services for young people living in Sowuth West London

Talk safe- A place to ask questions that matter to you

Women's Aid- space to help children and young people experiencing domestic violence 

Scarleteen- Advice and help for young people

 

Other topics

Kingston police- Advice

Lone parent helpline

Child line- Advice for parents

BBC Advice- Money & Law Advice  

Youth Health Talk- All health topics

 

Loss and bereavement

Kingston Bereavement service

Metropolitan police- Bereavement information

 

 

School Child Protection Officers
Supportive Helplines
Student Support
Parent Support

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The Surgery Advice Line , 24 Hours - 0800 110 100 Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), Daily - 24 hrs

 

NSPCC - 0808 800 5000 - Call the NSPCC to speak to trained counsellors about the abuse of children 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), 24hours a day, 365 days a year Text:88858 

Website: NSPCC

 

Phone NHS Smokefree - 0800 022 4 332 NHS helpline to help you quit smoking 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), Daily: 7am - 11pm 

Website: NHS Smokefree

 

NHS 111 - 111 Health advice and information 
Free from landlines and mobiles, Daily - 24 hrs 

Website: NHS 111

 

Mind - 0300 466 6463 Information and support on a range of topics relating to mental health 
Calls charged at local rate, charges from mobiles will vary. Mon-Fri 9am-6pm 

Website: Mind

 

Quit - 0800 00 22 00 Advice on how to quit smoking 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), Daily - 24 hrs 

Website: Quit

 

Get Connected - 0808 808 4994 Free confidential help for people under 25 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), Daily, 1pm - 11pm 

Website: Get Connected

 

Young Minds - Parent Helpline - 0808 802 5544 The voice of young people's mental health and wellbeing
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), Monday - Friday 9.30am - 4pm 

Website: Young Minds

 

BEAT Youthline - 0845 634 7650 (Beating Eating Disorders) Advice on beating eating disorders 
Local rates apply, Mon - Fri: 4:30pm - 8:30pm, Sat: 1:00pm - 4:30pm. Text: 07786 20 18 20 

Website: BEAT Youthline (Beating Eating Disorders)

 

Pay and Work Rights - 0800 917 2368 Help and advice on government-enforced employment rights 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), Daily

 

UCAS - 0871 468 0468 For specific information and advice about university applications. 
Normal rates apply (Calls from mobiles may vary), Mon - Fri, 8:30-18:00 

Website: UCAS Application

 

Exam Results Helpline - 0808 100 8000 If your results were higher or lower than expected, get free advice. 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), Daily - 24 hrs 

Website: Exam Results Helpline

 

ChildLine - 0800 1111Childline is a confidential service for children and young people. No problem is too big or too small. 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), Daily - 24 hrs 

Website: ChildLine

 

Teacher Support - 0800 056 2561Teacher Support offers confidential independent support and counselling to the teaching profession 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), 24hours a day, 365 days a year Text: 07909341229 

Website: Teacher Support

 

Kidscape helpline for parents - 08451 205 204 Kidscpae operates an anti-bullying helpline for parents of bullied children 
Call charges vary - check with your operator, Monday to Thursday 10am - 4pm 

Website: Kidscape

 

Alcoholics Anonymous - 0845 769 7555 Advice on getting over alcohol addiction 
Calls charged at local rate 

Website: Alcoholics Anonymous

 

Al Anon Family Groups - 0800 77 66 00 Al-Anon Family Groups hold regular meetins where members share their own experience of living with alcoholism. 
Standard landline charges, Daily - 10am to 10pm 

Website: Al-Anon

 

Talk to Frank - 020 7403 0888 Straight up, unbiased information about drugs 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), Daily - 24 hrs Text: 82111 

Website: Talk to Frank

 

Brook - 0808 802 1234 Confidential helpline for people under 25 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary), Mon to Fri: 9am-5pm 

Website: Brook

 

Forced Marriage Unit - 020 7008 0151 Contact the Forced Marriage Unit if you're trying to stop a forced marriage or you need help leaving a marriage you've been forced into. 
Standard landline charges

Website: ForcedMarriage.net

 

The Lesbian and Gay Foundation - 0845 330 30 30 Advice, support, and information 
Call charges may vary, check with your provider, Weekdays 9am to 5pm

Website: The Lesbian and Gay Foundation

 

Lucy Faithful Foundation - 0808 1000 900 A charity dedicated solely to reducing the risk of children being sexually abused 
Free (Calls from mobiles may vary) 

Website: ForcedMarriage.net

Website: Lucy Faithful Foundation

 

School Child Protection Officers
Supportive Helplines
Student Support
Parent Support

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