Help and Advice
Click here for Where to get help? a South Gloucestershire information booklet for children, young people, and their families.
Free School Meals
For help and guidance on eligibility and how to apply click on the following link at South Gloucestershire Council's website
Everybody experiences challenges and difficulties. You can help yourself by making sure that you sleep well, eat a well-balanced diet, avoid too much screen time, do a physical activity and manage your time and homework deadlines.
If you have a problem you can’t fix on your own speak to an adult you trust – a parent, carer, family member, member of school staff, doctor or our school nurse. The school health nurse can be contacted in school Tuesday lunchtime in the Pod.
Other ways of getting support
A national organisation supporting young people across a range of issues -or call 0800 1111.
South Glos mental health and emotional wellbeing hub for young people.
www.help-counselling.org.uk or call 0117 9 502511.
A local support website for 9-25 year olds.
On line counselling for young people across lots of issues.
Mental health social movement by and for young people aged 11-25 living in Bristol & South Glos.
National organisation for young people with mental health issues.
Young mind crisis messenger
24/7 Free support for young people with mental health issues– Text YM to 85258.
Phone app for help with anxiety.
Phone app for help with concerns about self-harm.
www.samaritans.org or phone 116123
Free helpline and support for anyone in emotional distress
Advice for young people experiencing bullying.
Advice about online safety.
To report online or offline abuse or exploitation of children or young people.
Advice and support about LGBTQ+ issues.
On line support for young people effected by drugs or alcohol.
NHS web link for support to quit smoking.
Support for young people who may have eating disorders.
The UKs leading sexual health & wellbeing charity for young people.
Website for advice for young carers.
Advice for young people experiencing bereavement.
Support for young people about bereavement, sexual health & general well-being.
General support and advice about domestic abuse for adults and children.
A website for information and support for victims of crime.
Online careers advice.
Advice about volunteering.
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