Did you know access to NHS mental health services for 18 to 25 year-olds was almost a fifth higher than pre-pandemic? Here are a few tips to support you whilst studying at university.
Many people have some of the best times of their life at uni, but it can also be an overwhelming and stressful experience. If student life isn’t as enjoyable as you expected, we've got some practical tips to help.
Imposter syndrome is the feeling of not being ‘good enough' to do your job, and it’s only a matter of time before people notice! Here are some ideas for managing anxieties, doubts and negative thoughts...
After a weird couple of years, it might be hard to remember what a 'normal exam feels like. Here are some ideas to help you manage any feelings of stress or worry, and get ready to tackle the challenge ahead.
Whether you’re a fresher, or you’re going back to campus for the first time in ages, the excitement of being at university might well be mixed with feelings of anxiety or low mood.
The thought of going back to school after the summer break has always brought up mixed feelings. This year there’s an extra layer of complexity for pupils and parents to deal with.
Awaiting exam results can be stressful enough, without throwing lockdown into the mix! For this year’s GCSE and A Level students, coronavirus has brought added uncertainty...
While almost all school exams have been cancelled, many colleges and universities are still running theirs in an online format. Here are some tips to help cope with exams during this time.