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    Coping with school and college

    School or college can be really enjoyable, but it can also be really tough. It’s a big part of your life and you spend a lot of time there, so it’s very normal to feel anxious, stressed or worried about it sometimes. The main thing to remember is that whatever you are experiencing you aren't alone, and it’s completely okay to talk to someone about how you’re feeling.

    • 16.09.2020
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    Going back to school

    If you’re worried about going back to school then you’re not alone. For most young people, lockdown will be the longest they’ve gone without being in a classroom and it’s normal to feel a bit anxious about going back. There are some things you can start doing now to make that transition back to school easier.

    • 25.08.2020
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    Self-care: activities to help you look after your wellbeing

    There are lots of services in Gloucestershire that can support you with your mental health and wellbeing, especially if things get too much and you feel like you need some extra help or someone to talk to. But day to day, there are lots of simple ways to look after your emotional health and wellbeing and practice good “self-care”...

    • 19.08.2020
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    If you’re not enjoying the summer holidays, you’re not alone

    The summer holidays can be a really exciting time if you’re off on holiday or you have lots of plans with friends, but for some the holidays can be lonely, boring or stressful.

    • 06.08.2020
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    Worried about exam results?

    The coronavirus has meant that most exams in the UK have been cancelled and your results will be based on your work throughout the year and/or your mock results. You might be relieved about this but you might also think you could have done better if you’d taken the exams.

    • 06.08.2020

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