Some great websites that can help you get through difficult times
Don’t be put off by the fact that these booklets are written by police – they’ve seen it all. If you’re about to leave school, these PDFs have really useful information regarding drugs, sex, money, jobs, travelling, keeping a healthy mind, dealing with family issues and more. They’re available for each State and Territory.
The school yard isn’t always a place filled with laughter and games. What can start as a simple online joke, can turn into daily posts on social media, taunting and ridiculing, in-school teasing and exclusion. Report bullying to the Children’s eSafety Commissioner here.
Lots of fun activities such as colouring, games, crafts and comics. There are also jokes, e-cards, monitored chat rooms and holiday-themed activities.
Kids’ games, chat rooms for kids, a virtual world, virtual pets, dress-up games and more. Our kids’ games focus on fun, learning and internet safety. New games for kids, chat for kids, prizes and tons of fun! Sign up to game in our virtual world and adopt a virtual pet!
Guides NSW provides many opportunities for girls and young women, including weekly meetings, outdoor activities and camps. Through these opportunities the girls learn valuable life lessons on leadership, community spirit, getting along and challenging yourself. Leaders undertake specific training to work with various age groups and activities, all on a volunteer basis.
From the people at the Inspire Foundation, ReachOut inspires kids and young people to help themselves through tough times. ReachOut NextStep can help you work out what’s going on, and provide personalised support recommendations.