Health, Safety and Wellbeing
Useful wellbeing support websites and phone numbers here
Talk to Frank
NHS / Drugs
Action for Smoking and Health
Mee Too App
MeeToo is a multi-award winning, free, anonymous app where young people can talk about difficult things built on research showing the positive impact of peer support for mental health.
Posts can be responded to by other users in a safe environment, as well as a team of trained university psychology students and MeeToo counsellors who help to guide discussions and ensure that no post goes unanswered.
MeeToo supports over 6,000 young people each month. It is featured on the NHS Apps Library and promoted by more than 1,000 schools in the UK.
You can easily see how MeToo works here: https://www.meetoo.help/how-meetoo-works
For more information and to request engagement materials please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.meetoo.help
Staying Safe Online
Useful websites and videos
CEOP – Child Exploitation and Online protection
Reporting Crime Support
Careerpilot is a free website that provides impartial careers information to students aged 13-19 in the South West region about all the choices available.
The site has:
• information on twenty job sectors
• details about the choices at 14, 16 and 18
• career tools to help students make informed decisions
• an Adviser Zone with resources for teachers to use
• a Parent Zone
Careerpilot is co-funded by all 12 universities in the South West region.
CareerComp@nion (careercompanion.co.uk) (Username: malmesburystudent, Password: malmesburystudent)
FutureLearn is an online learning platform with thousands of courses available for free. The platform is perfect for students who are starting out in the world of work or looking for additional resources during holidays or around their core learning. Your students could benefit from free CV templates, courses to help with interviews and job applications, and even mental health support during lockdown.