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Sixth Form Well Being
Support for studying and exam stress
  • Childline

    Childline offers advice on beating exam stress as well as techniques for managing anxiety

  • Childline Message Boards

    You can also discuss your feelings and anxieties with others through their messaging boards, and can also access support from a counsellor through their free helpline (0800 1111), email and online 1-2-1 services.

  • Exam Stress

    BBC Radio 1's website has revision tips and Chipmunk gives advice on managing exams.

  • Mind

    Mind has a guide to coping with student life including exam stress.

  • Study Issues provides advice for young people on a variety of issues including studying, revision tips and dealing with exam stress. It also offers online support and message boards.

Support for stress, mental health and well being
  • B-EAT

    B-EAT has a youth helpline for young people worried about eating disorders 0845 634 7659

  • Councelling Directory

    Here at Counselling Directory, we know how important it is to find the perfect counsellor, and we are dedicated to making that process as simple as possible, providing individuals in need with all of the information they require to make the most well informed decisions.


    FRANK offers confidential information and advice about drug abuse. Freephone 0800 77 66 00, there is also a live chat service on the website.

  • Get Connected

    Get Connected is free, confidential helpline service for young people who need help but don't know where to turn. Freephone 0808 808 4994. They also have a text, email and webchat service.

  • Royal College of Psychiatrists

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists has a section for young people that provides downloadable leaflets and advice on a range of mental health topics including coping with stress.

  • Selfharm supports young people affected by self-harm

  • Stem4

    Stem4 has information about recognising common mental health issues affecting teenagers and has tips on how to prevent a developing problem from getting out of hand.

  • Young Minds

    YoungMinds has lots of information about emotional health and wellbeing and links to further help and services.

  • Youth Access

    Youth Access helps young people find local services and organisations that can help but does not provide direct advice.

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