HOW WILL THIS SITE HELP ME?
With videos, animations, interviews and blogs from the people that matter, this site will be your guide to what lies ahead for you in your education
We will have a range of bloggers, from Year 8 to Year 14. They will write a weekly blog so that you can see what other young people in the same year as you are experiencing. Like everything else on this website, it is written by young people for young people.
Young people will sit exams in most years that they are in secondary school. The hints and guidelines found in our 'Study' section can be applied to most scenarios, to help you get the best out of your revision time.
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Not sure where you can find the right help for whatever problems you are having? No matter how big or small you think the problem is, we want to give you the advice from people who have been in your shoes, or from the people who are responsible in schools for looking out for you.
HOW DO I USE THIS SITE?
This site is designed to help you at different stages in your school life. Use the different sections to find out what you need to know, and remember to come back regularly for the latest posts in the BLOG section.
BLOGS- - find weekly blogs from young people who are in the same year as you and read about their experiences throughout the school year. Or why not have a look at the next year group, to give you an idea of what to expect.
RESOURCES - this section contains resources for young people, as well as teachers and agencies who are working within the education sector, to help and support pupils through the many stages of transition in education.
SUPPORT- Whether it is counselling, careers or life skills there is something here for those at all stages of education and from all backgrounds.
STUDY & SUBJECTS - Beyond your work in school you will also have to study in your own time. This section is designed to help you study on your own. Exams can be stressful so we want to share ways of coping with you.
SOCIAL - You can’t spend every moment of your life doing school work. It is also important to have a social aspect to your life, be it through friends, sports or hobbies. Here we promote a healthy work-life balance.
CAREERS & SKILLS - in this section a careers teacher gives advice on choosing your career wisely and preparing for employment. Whatever the career you choose we encourage you to be proactive in gaining new skills, boosting your chances at successful future employment.