Should you need urgent health advice please contact your GP or call NHS 111. In an emergency please visit A&E or call 999
There are lots of ways to get support if you don’t get the results you had hoped.
You can speak to your teachers at school or college to find out how they can support you and what options are open to you now. Your ‘plan B’ might be choosing a different course or place of study, or taking time out and doing the exams at a later date.
If your results make you feel low and you would like support for your emotional wellbeing, there are a number of online services that can help:
Kooth is an online counselling service that young people (11-18) can access from their phone.
YoungMinds is an online service providing support to young people and parents.
You can also text your school nurse for advice and support by using the ChatHealth texting service.
Remember your GP is available for extra help and support if you are still struggling and finding it hard to cope.
If you have any more questions on this area or would like to speak to somebody about this topic, have a look at the links or search for your local services in the blue box below. Alternatively you can always contact your public health nurse.
Find out what services are available to you in your area. Remember your school nurse is always there to give you confidential help and support.
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