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    ChatHealth is a new way for young people to get advice and support around health related issues directly from the School Health Service.  It is a safe and secure messaging service which protects confidentiality and anonymity and is monitored by a team of trained school…

    Eat Well - Guidance from the NHS

    Eating a healthy, balanced diet is an important part of maintaining good health, and can help you feel your best. This means eating a wide variety of foods in the right proportions, and consuming the right amount of food and drink to achieve and maintain a healthy body…

    FREE -Young Carer Art Sessions in Schools

    We offer free art sessions in schools to young carers and help them explore the uses of creativity to support their wellbeing, express their wishes, feelings and experiences.  We also have a free resource - Head Space which supports young peoples transition back to life…

    Health For Teens

    Health for Teens introduces a new and different way for young people aged 11-19 to learn about their health. The website is primarily a health promotion website, covering subjects that promote a healthy body and mind. It links you to more information if you need…

    Sharks Community Trust Advantage Programme

    Advantage is an Employability Programme for 16-18 years old who may not have had the best school experience, are unsure what to do after their GCSE’s and who may need a helping hand in finding their next step.  We are a young carer friendly training…

    Sleep tips for teenagers

    The NHS has put together sleep tips for teenager to ensure young people are getting enough sleep to stay healthy and do well at school. Read the Sleep tips for teenagers.

    Stages of puberty: what happens to boys and girls - Guidance from the NHS

    Puberty is when a child's body begins to develop and change as they become an adult. Girls develop breasts and start their periods. Boys develop a deeper voice and facial hair will start to appear. The average age for girls to begin puberty is 11,…

    Support for Carers - Mind

    Mind have put together guidance for how to cope when supporting someone else. It explains how to cope when supporting someone else, giving practical suggestions for what you can do and where you can go for support.

    Young Carer Support at Collegiate Medical Centre

    We are a young carer friendly GP surgery This is for patients at our surgery, offering support referrals and signposting for young carers We will offer a safe space to come and talk and we are mindful of your unique circumstances and any challenges you may face.…