Students set to strike over climate change

This Friday (15 February), school pupils across the UK are set to strike from school, addressing the current climate change issue.

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Celebrating Children’s Mental Health Week 2019

This week, (4–10 February) is Children’s Mental Health Week. It’s estimated that one in eight young people are affected by mental health problems, but what’s being done to help?

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Back to school: getting in gear after the Christmas slump

The Christmas holidays are nearly over and that means one (dreaded) thing: it’s almost time to go back to school. Getting back into a routine after weeks off can be difficult – we’re here to get you organised. 

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Making tiny changes: your mental health

Growing up is a whole big bag of stress, no doubt about it. How do you manage when life becomes overwhelming? Do you wish you had more mental health support? Well, change is coming with calls for improved mental health education.

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The dos and don’ts of a university open day

If you’re leaving school or college in the not too distant future, you may be thinking about what to do next.

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YASS: S6 pupils invited to take Open University modules

S6 pupils are being encouraged to take part in the Open University’s Young Applicants in School Scheme (YASS) this year.

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Appreciating your teacher this World Teachers’ Day

An amazing teacher can make a massive difference to your time at school, and there’s always one that you remember fondly, even years after you’ve left.

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Time to get motivated as you go back to school

It’s that time of year again: after a summer of fun, friends and Netflix, the moment has come to settle back into the routine of school life.

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Feeling the exams’ anxiety? Here are some tips to survive Results Day

From fourth years getting exam results for the very first time to the sixth years praying to meet their conditional offers, Tuesday 7 August 2018 is probably the most terrifying date in the calendar.

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