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School Careers Advice

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If you want to stay on in full-time education after 16, there are lots of courses to choose from. First you'll need to decide which subjects you want to focus on:
Talking to someone can help you see things in a different light. A good place to start is speaking to your parents, carers, teachers or friends. They may be able to help you resolve the problem, or suggest a solution that you hadn’t thought of.

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You can also contact them by e-mail, webchat or text message via the Connexions Direct website.
Relationships can often be a tricky subject to talk about. Problems with relationships can affect your school life, so it’s important to do something about them before they get out of hand.

There’s lots of information and advice on the web. A good place to start is the ‘Family and relationships’ section of Directgov.
No one deserves to be bullied. Bullying doesn't always mean being physically hurt - you can be bullied in a number of ways.
If you’re worried about bullying at school, follow the link below to get help and advice on how to stop it.
Keeping healthy isn't just important for your general well-being - it can also affect your life at school. For example, there is growing evidence that eating a healthy diet may help you to study better.

Follow the link below for advice on everything from healthy school meals and keeping fit, to staying safe in the sun and registering with a doctor.
If you’re worried about your own drug taking, or know someone who is misusing drugs, it’s important to know the facts.

You can get free, confidential advice from the Talk to FRANK helpline and website.
Revising for exams or completing coursework assignments can be stressful.

Top tips for staying on top of things include:
  • organise your time
  • keep healthy
  • get plenty of sleep
  • don’t leave work or revision until the last minute