Do you need some help finding out about something?? Well this is the page where you can find various organisations that might be able to help you if you’re having any kind of problems, it isn’t just about when you’re in care. But it looks at the bigger picture for when you go into the big wide world.
- National Children’s Bureau - the National Children's Bureau is a leading charity for 50 years that has been improving the lives of children and young people, especially the most vulnerable. They work with children and for children, to influence government policy, be a strong voice for young people and practitioners, and provide creative solutions on a range of social issues
- NSPCC - National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children - NSPCC’s work is focused on helping those children who are in greatest danger and distress. Our services are all designed to make the biggest difference to children possible
- Department for Education - their vision is for a highly educated society in which opportunity is more equal for children and young people no matter what their background or family circumstances
- Citizens Advice Bureau - aim to provide the advice people need for the problems they face and improve the policies and practices that affect people's lives. We provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination
- BeatBullying - is all about young people helping and supporting each other online. If you're being bullied, or are feeling a bit low, or are maybe troubled by something and you're not sure what to do or who to talk to, then BeatBullying is where you can go for help
- Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) - help with getting young people into higher education, with over 300 course providers and around 100,000 courses across the UK
- Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (CAFCASS) - a non-departmental public body for England and Wales set up to safeguard and promote the welfare of children involved in family court proceedings. CAFCASS looks after the interests of children involved in family proceedings