We know it’s been a tough time for learners, parents, carers, schools and colleges. We want to make sure you have access to the help you need. You can find links to a wide range of additional support and resources below.
WJEC has a dedicated web page where you can get all the support you need. There is information about how exams work, how to approach exam questions and tips for looking after your well-being. Plus, you’ll find some handy revision resources to help you prepare for your exams.
Hwb is the Welsh Government portal where you can find information about the curriculum for Wales and free educational tools and materials. It also offers many free and confidential helplines and services.
If you would like to explore your options at a further education college in Wales, visit the Colegau Cymru website where you’ll find a list of all Welsh colleges with links to their individual websites.
If you want to progress into higher education, the UCAS website has more information on what courses are available and how to apply.
Mind Cymru is an established mental health charity that offers a range of well-being support. Mind is there for you if you’re finding things hard. You can get in contact for confidential advice and support.
Careers Wales has lots of useful information and qualifications and training. Careers Wales advisers can talk through all your options with you and your parents or carers, whether that’s continuing in education, training, apprenticeships or going into employment.
If you’d like to take your next step into employment, Working Wales is available to support you with free advice, guidance and access to training to help you get into work and further your career.
The Children’s Commissioner for Wales has lots of helpful information about support services for young people, including mental health and emotional support.
We know preparing for exams and assessments can be difficult. Here are some tips and guidance to help you through the exam period and more.