Pupil info 2016

General pupil info:

Sources of help for students

If you are feeling down or distressed, or are worried about someone you know, you may find it useful to use the following help sources.

If you are feeling extremely distressed, please speak to an adult that you trust as soon as possible.

The Amber Project

Support and information service for young people in Cardiff and the surrounding areas who have experience of self-harm


Association for Young People’s Health

Online guide for young people who want to support a friend through a difficult experience or upsetting feelings, or who want to ask their friends for help


Bullies Out

Anti-bullying charity: offers advice to young people about bullying



Helpline for children and young people to discuss their concerns or problems in confidence: 0800 1111.

Website containing information and advice:



Information and advice about any problem or worries for young people in Wales

Freephone helpline: 0808 80 23456

SMS TEXT: 84001

IM/Webchat: www.meiccymru.org



Information for young people who self-harm, or know people who do:


HopelineUK - confidential helpline weekdays 10am-10pm, weekends 2pm-10pm:

0800 068 41 41

Self-Injury Support

Information and support for girls and women affected by self-injury or self-harm:

Self-injury helpline 0808 8008088

Text and email support for girls and young women: 0780 0472908


Young Minds

Provides information to children and young people about mental health and emotional wellbeing:


Youth In Mind

Information and advice for young people who are stressed:


Pupils Info 2015

Leaver's photos Year 11 2015 (Click Here)
KS3 Prize Day (Click Here)
Blackwood Drum Depot Workshop (Click Here)

Pupils Info 2014

Y11 English & Maths target group documents (English) (Maths)
KS3 Literacy and Numeracy Frameworks (Year 7), (Year 8) and (Year 9)

Pupil Info 2013

Year 11 Study Session
Year 11 'How Can I Revise'

Information on Self harm for young people

Youth Arts: Young People’s Survey

Please find below a link to an online survey for the Arts Council of Wales Celebration of Youth Arts Feasibility Study. The surveys will allow young people to give their opinion on whether there is a need to further celebrate youth arts in Wales and how this could be achieved. A similar survey for practitioners will be distributed in the next few days.

We would be grateful if you could forward, advertise and promote this survey to all the young people that you work with or that are on your mailing lists or social networks. It gives young people in Wales the chance to influence the study and shape potential future developments in youth arts in Wales.

Anyone under 26 can fill in the survey. Young people don’t need to be currently involved in youth arts – in fact we want a variety of people to fill it in so we get lots of different opinions. Surveys must be completed by 08/07/2013.

Fully completed questionnaires will be entered into a prize draw . A winning name will be randomly selected in July 2013 and the winner can choose either an iPod Shuffle, or voucher worth £50 to be spent at either WHSmith or iTunes.

To fill in the questionnaire, click on the following link:


We would appreciate if you could advertise these as widely as possible on Facebook, Twitter, newsletters and websites. If you would like a summary / text to use to promote the surveys, or paper copies of the questionnaires please contact Heulwen Davies at Arad Research on heulwen.davies@aradresearch.com 029 2044 0552 outlining your needs.

If you have any further questions, please contact Heulwen at Arad Research

Last modified: Friday, 29 April 2016, 10:26 AM