Useful Websites

BBC Bitesize

A website for all things revision.


UCAS operate the application process for UK universities and provide help for all students applying for university.


Information to Young People and Families about CAMHS and mental health


Information and support to Trans and gender individuals

Young Minds

Support for parents/ carers and young people in relation to mental health

Voice Collective

Support to children/ young people who hear voices, sees visions or have unusual sensory experiences


Online counselling support to young people


Support to Young people information, advice and guidance support

Mood Juice

Self-help website to Young people with depression, anxiety, anger, panic, stress, bereavement, phobias, traumatic stress, sleep problems, obsession and compulsions

Anxiety BC

Self- help website for young people and parents/carers to support with anxiety

Get Self Help

Self-help website for ADHD, anger, anxiety, pain, suicidal thoughts, depression, flashbacks, self-esteem, OCD, panic, problem solving, psychosis, relationships, stress.

Self Harm

Support for young people who self- harm


Beat is the UK’s leading charity supporting anyone affected by eating disorders, anorexia, bulimia, EDNOS or any other difficulties with food, weight and shape


Childline is a free, private and confidential service where you talk with professionals about what is concerning you.