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Mental health

How anxiety affects you at school

Louise a young person from Falkirk is on a campaign to help teachers get better at supporting pupils with anxiety.  (more…)


Mental health

Looking for a counsellor?

Counselling is a safe space to talk about issues at school. Find out how to look for a counsellor near you.

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Struggling with eating issues?

You are never alone with an eating disorder. Get support from B-eat.

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Mental health

Feeling low or hopeless?

If you’re feeling low or hopeless, check out this Mind film by young people who understand.


Mental health

Advice on self harm

Take care of yourself, this may trigger some difficult feelings. If you’re self-harming, Childline can help. What if it’s for a pal? Check out Young Minds’ 5 tips.


Mental health

Childline is there for you. Online, on the phone, anytime

Whatever is going on in your life, however you’re feeling, Childline can support you.


Mental health

I’m thinking about running away

Who to talk to if school problems get so bad you want to run away from home.

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Mental health

Can’t sleep? 4 things that could help

Not getting enough sleep can make everything feel harder, including keeping up with work you’ve been set by your teachers. Read 4 top tips if you’re finding it hard to sleep.

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Mental health

Using your screentime positively: Mind Yer Time

Designed by children and young people from the Children’s Parliament and the Scottish Youth Parliament, Mind Yer Time gives you tips to help you use your screen time positively.

Check out Mind Yer Time for tips on using your screentime positively and taking a break


Mental health

Young Minds – tips on looking after yourself

Simple changes in your life can help improve your mental health, which could also help you feel better about school.

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