Eating Disorders

These websites explain eating problems including possible causes and advice on support for both friends and families:


Self Harming:

The following website contains information regarding self harming especially for parents and carers with lots of links to organisations who can help.


Family lives:

Family lives contains information to support families On a number of different issues such as drug/alcohol, sexting and online safety.



Provides information on a range of issues that young people may experience.  This website contains the latest policy, practice and advice.


Safer internet:

Gives practical advice to support children to stay safe online.

Education against hate provides practical advice and support to help all individuals from the dangers of extremism



Allsorts Youth Project supports and empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual and  trans young people to take a lead in raising awareness of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia and challenge prejudice and discrimination in all areas of young people’s lives.



Some East Sussex schools took part in a national project to pull together a free parents' guide, in conjunction with the National Careers Week founder, Nick Newman, and with contributions from the John Lewis Partnership.

A Guide For Parents: Steering your teenager into a job and career.


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