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Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Children & Young People Mental Health Support



Launched during MHAW, this Anxiety Attack Meditation for Young People was created by The SUN Network, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Integrated Care System and others.

We have an Anxiety section on Keep Your Head.

Centre 33 have created resources on exam stress:

 Other resources:

The Kite Trust ran a ‘My Ways to Wellbeing’ series during Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW). Their Twitter feed from 10th to 19th May 2023 tweets activity suggestions.


Success At School have written a handy blog on coping with exam results day.

Young Minds offer an Exam Stress guide and blog including dealing with disappointing exam results.

Place2Be article on summer wellbeing 10 tips to help your wellbeing this summer 


AQA exam board talk about managing stress whilst awaiting exam results and provide some helpful links.


5 Steps to Mental Wellbeing suggests general activities to promote good wellbeing whilst waiting. For more ideas check out these Ways to Wellbeing Posters.


Resources for Exam results season from the Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families

Free webinars for parents and carers on supporting the wellbeing of young people before and after exam results day HERE

Who is it for?

The free webinars are aimed at parents, carers and family members who have children in Year 11 and Year 13, and want to learn how best they can support them around their results.

Who is running the webinars?

The webinars will be led by Anna Freud Centre education and mental health experts.

Learning outcomes

  • Strategies for supporting your child with anxiety before results day
  • Tips and strategies for managing your own wellbeing as a parent or carer

Self-care summer resources to help Children, Young People and School Staff practise self-care over the summer break HERE

The summer holidays offer an opportunity to recharge, but some young people may find themselves struggling without the structure and support network of school.

Anna Freud Centre has created these #SelfCareSummer packs. These packs feature a range of creative activities based on self-care strategies that other young people have found useful in helping them stay mentally healthy.

They also signpost young people and their families to additional support. 

University Transition Webinar for Young People HERE

The Anna Freud Centre is offering a free webinar to all students who will be transitioning from sixth form or college to university this autumn.

Heading to university can be an exciting time for many young people, an opportunity to meet new people and explore their own independence. It can also be a difficult time, with many new experiences and changes.

This webinar will provide an overview of what to expect in this period of transition, and will share strategies for students to manage their own wellbeing when starting out at university.

Who is it for?

This free webinar is aimed at Year 13 and college students who will be starting university this autumn term.

Who is running the webinars?

The webinars will be led by Anna Freud Centre education and mental health experts.

Learning outcomes

  • Top tips for managing your wellbeing in the first few weeks of university
  • What to expect in the transition period
  • Who to contact if you want to talk to somebody

Pinpoint have an article on 'Tips for surviving the summer holidays' with suggestions and ideas to support all the family. 


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