For young people and those who are responsible for them - health professionals, schools, parents, employers etc., we have compiled a collection of resources for students to look through whilst you are waiting for a conversation to start.
Childline - exam results
For: Young People & Teens | Website resource | Offers support in managing exam results and expectations. PLEASE NOTE - due to the Coronavirus outbreak, services are limited: Young people are unable to speak to a counsellor either online or on the phone between midnight and 9am . Cannot join queues for online chats after 10:30pm . Cannot use the 121 chat function on the Childline app, but can still be accessed on the website
Ditch the label - exam stress
For: All ages | Online resource | Things to do (and not do) to help you cope with exam stress.
National Careers Service
For: Young people | Online resource | Support | Information, advice and guidance to help young people make decisions on learning, training and work. Including, during the month of August, specialist careers advice for helping young people and their families decide on options following GCSE, A Level and Nationals exam results days.
For: Students (young people) | Online resource | Supporting university students to look after their own and their friends' mental health. Includes support for parents and peer support programmes.
The Student Room
For: Students | Website resources | Offers support and advice around all aspects of studying, including exam stress and results, specifically GCSE and A-Level and what to do with unexpected results.
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Support for students
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