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Don’t let worries build up, talk to someone. Staff at school are always here to help and support you, as are your parents/carers. But if you feel you can’t tell someone you know about your worries or how you are feeling these links are also here to help and support you.

Talk to someone, for counselling services or to tell someone your worries. Are you worried about your mental wellbeing or thoughts:

To support you and help you find ways to cope. Childline call: 0800 1111 visit the website:

Confidential online counselling service for young people:

Offer a safe place to talk to someone about whatever is bothering you:


Drug and alcohol services, help and advice:

For confidential drug and alcohol advice:

For children and young people go to:

For adults:


Self-harm support:

Need support or to talk about Self harm:

NHS Choices:

Your local GP surgery.

If you need urgent medical help contact your local A&E or call 999.

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Sex, health, support and advice:

Advice and support online:

If you need an appointment to speak to someone about sexual health or contraception: 

Lincolnshire Sexual Health Service (Central Booking Line) T: 01522 309309

NHS advice page:

Find general support and information on lots of things in your area: 

The family service directory has lots of information take a look at the website: 

Young addaction, to support young people who are worried about drugs and alcohol misuse 

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Latest news:

Science Week 2018

The students at Athena school have thoroughly enjoyed Science week this year. Monday began with the library taped off as a crime-scene; a mess had been made and clues had been left behind. It was down to the students to discover who had committed the crime – the theft of Mr Smallcombe’s precious Star Wars toys.