Redland Green School

RGS Bristol

Cry for Help

Life sometimes throws up some problems that we need to do our best to cope with, but sometimes it can become too much to cope with alone.

What Can You Do?

Talk to somebody about your problem. You could talk to your parent/carers, a friend, your Mentor, your Head of House, a teacher, or a helpline. Just talking often helps, and if it's a problem at school, your teachers or Head of House can often help you with the problem.

With any school problem, your first point of contact would normally be your Mentor or Head of House, but any teacher can be approached.

If you don't feel able to talk to somebody you know, the links below may be of help.

Are You Being Bullied?

Whisper

Report your problem using RGS's anonymous reporting service
ChildLine Help and advice over all young people's problems
Samaritans Someone to listen
Family Planning Association Contraception and sexual health advice
Talk to Frank Information about drugs
NHS Direct Information about all health issues
BBC Health Health information and advice
Quit Health and advice on giving up smoking
ASH Smoking information
BullyingUK Threats by phone or email
Anti-Bullying Network Bullying advice
Careers Courses, training, learning and career opportunities
Asthma National Asthma Campaign
Disability Information and advice on all disabilities
RNIB Royal National Institute for the Blind
Action on Hearing Loss Royal National Institute for the Deaf
Skill National Bureau for Students with disabilities

 And don't forget RGS has a number of drop-in services available for students.