Worried about yourself?

We all have good days and bad days and sometimes those days stretch on.  It's good and important to talk about it when we feel able.  You are always welcome to talk to any adult in school and they can listen and try to point you in the right direction.
Here are some apps that some people like to use in harder times.  You can search for them on your phones or tablets.
Moodometer (helps you to track and understand mood changes)
Smiling Mind (has mindfulness activities)
Self Help Anxiety (helps you to track your anxious feelings)
Grief (when you have lost someone)
Calm Harm (when you are thinking about self harm)
Mee Two (support with issues to do with social media)
Here are some other organisations that some people find helpful:
No Limits (local support for pretty much everything) - 02380 224 224 
Childline - 0800 1111
Sane (emotional wellbeing) - 0845 767 8000
The Samaritans (when feeling sad or suicidal) - 116 223
Simon Says (when someone has died) - 02380 647 550
Talk to Frank (honest facts, support and advice on drugs and alcohol) - 0800 776 600
Solent Pulse (anonymous chat about any issues) - text line 07491 163 278
Beat (help with eating concerns) - 0808 801 0677
Runaway Helpline (if you have run away or are thinking about it) - 116 000

Telephone: 023 80328200 Email: info@st-annes.uk.com