Life as a student can be stressful. Navigating through exams, transitioning to college, sixth form or uni, juggling a busy schedule and making big decisions about your future can all stack up.

It’s important to notice when you’re not feeling great and your mental wellbeing may need addressing. If you’re struggling (in a big way or even just a small way), don’t ignore it. There’s lots of practical steps you can take to make improvements to your day-to-day wellbeing (from good sleep routines to a healthy diet and exercise), even if you don’t have a lot of time. Take small steps to make this a priority and set aside more time to write down achievable, long-term goals and any support you might need along the way.

Use our range of resources below to learn about some of the common problems students face and how to tackle them. Learn about the support services available in Stockport for young people and how to access them.
Overcoming Test Anxiety

Overcoming Test Anxiety

Test anxiety is a common experience for students, and it can feel like an insurmountable obstacle to success. The good news is that with the right strategies and mindset, you can overcome test anxiety and perform your best during exams. Check out our top tips for stress-free studying and conquering test anxiety. Understanding Test Anxiety…

How does our mental health affect job-seeking? Learn more about your rights and help available across GM

How does our mental health affect job-seeking? Learn more about your rights and help available across GM

By definition, Mental Health includes our emotional, psychological and social well-being and affects how we think, feel and act. If you’re not already doing so, your mental health should be prioritised just as much as physical health is and sometimes there are activities you can complete that exercise both your body and your mind! If…

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