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Helpful links for Children & Young Adults

Thinkuknow website by CEOP (the Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre) with information for children and young people of all ages, plus carers and teachers, about staying safe on the web, mobile phones and other technology.

Stonewall’s  Information Service provides details on any issue effecting lesbian, gay, bi and trans people. Contact them for information on bullying, hate crime, discrimination and LGBT parenting rights.

Scope - support and information for young people with disabilities.

lifecoach-directory Life coaching can assist young people to achieve goals, improve motivation, self-esteem and confidence, and help to manage particular problems such as bullying.

kidscape have lots of information about bullying (including cyber bullying), including how to cope with it and how to get help.  

beat Organisation providing help and advice about eating disorders.

ChildLine    Website where you can get help if you are scared or worried about a situation, but also loads of info on bullying, sex and relationships, difficult feelings and issues.  You can also call ChildLine in confidence and for free on 0800 1111.   

Talk to Frank is an organisation that gives friendly, confidential advice and provides information about all types of drugs and drug use.

Respectme Scotland’s anti-bullying service launched in March 2007.  The service is fully funded by the Scottish Government and is managed by SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) in partnership with LGBT Youth Scotland.

TheMix offers information about sex & relationships, your body, mental health, drink & drugs, housing, money, work & study, crime & safety and travel & lifestyle.

SaferInternet The internet provides lots of opportunities for chatting with friends, playing games. To help you get the most out of the internet, Safer Internet have brought together the latest information on staying safe online.

Net aware, your guide to the social networks your kids use.

Stay up to date and keep your child safe in today's digital world

Maths Chase is a completely free game where you can quickly test your times tables.

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