You are not alone; you can talk to a Progression Mentor, your tutor, the counsellor a member of the Safeguarding Team or another member of staff who will listen and support you or who can refer you to someone who can help. There are also things you can do to help yourself, see below.
CEOP – Internet Safety, Help, Advice, Report
Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online?
The Charlie Waller Trust
Support for all areas of Mental Health
Are there to make sure young people get the best possible mental health support and have the resilience to overcome life’s difficulties.
Young Minds – Support for Parents
Call the Parents Helpline: 0808 802 5544 (Monday to Friday 9.30am – 4pm, free for mobiles and landlines)
CAMHS is used as a term for all services that work with children and young people who have difficulties with their emotional or behavioural wellbeing.
Offering a safe place for 10-18 year olds to talk about their worries and mental health in a confidential, friendly and supportive environment.
A charity for people with depression. No helpline but offers useful resources and links to other information.
Kooth offer anonymous online counselling for young people aged 11-19. You can speak to someone straight away and counselling is available everyday (12.00pm – 10.00pm / 6.00pm – 10.00pm weekends).
Students Against Depression
A website for students who are depressed, have low mood, or are suicidal.
Surrey County Council
Surrey and Borders partnership, NHS Foundation Trust
Sexual Health Services in Surrey
Information for Sexual Health advice and clinics in Surrey
Brooklands College supports the reduction in girls affected by Period poverty and products are still available to all eligible students during the current lockdown.
Period poverty can affect any one, it is the lack of access to sanitary products due to financial constraints, this can be caused by a wide range of life events that negatively impact on a girl or woman’s ability to access sanitary products to manage a most intimate and regular occurrence in her life.”
Who is eligible – girls, non-binary and transgender learners who have periods.
All learners 16 to 19 and Learners aged 19 or over if you are continuing on a study programme that you began aged 16 to 18 (‘19+ continuers’) or have an EHCP (Education, Health and Care Plan)
How to access – contact your Progression Mentor or the Safeguarding Team who will support you to receive a delivery of the products you need.
Supporting people to find, retain or transition safely into homes and communities.
Surrey Drugs and Alcohol Support