Websites of Interest

We have put together a list of websites which may be of interest to parents.

The internet is dynamic, with sites being created, destroyed and relocated on a daily basis. Please let us know if you find a website that you feel may be of use to others and we will do our best to include it. If you find a broken link we would like to hear about that too so that we can correct it!

We have checked the listed sites fairly carefully but the inclusion of a link should not be seen as an endorsement of the views expressed within that website.

Please contact us as a matter of urgency if you feel that any of the listed websites contain material that is unsuitable.

Education

University

  • Course data
    www.unistats.co.uk
    A website for comparing UK higher education course data.
  • Free student-led site 
    www.whatuni.com
    Information to help you find the right university for you.

Internet safety

  • Childnet
    www.childnet.com
    Information can be found in the resources area under young people and social networking sites.
  • Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre
    www.thinkuknow.co.uk
    Sound advice about internet safety for young people.

Welfare issues

  • NSPCC
    www.nspcc.org.uk
    Help and advice on a range of issues for parents and pupils.
  • Childline
    www.childline.org.uk 
    Help and advice for children on a range of issues.  
  • Bullying UK
    www.bullying.co.uk
    A registered charity with a website which contains relevant information for parents, pupils and teachers.
  • Anti-Bullying Alliance
    www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk
    Advice for parents on bullying.
  • Young Minds
    www.youngminds.org.uk
    A website for young people who are experiencing mental health issues or have concerns about eating disorders.
  • Off The Record
    www.otrbristol.org.uk
    Provides free and confidential mental health support and information to young people aged 11-25 in Bristol.
  • Winston's Wish
    www.winstonswish.org.uk
    Advice from the leading childhood bereavement charity in the UK.
  • Hope Again
    www.hopeagain.org.uk
    A national charity providing support to children and young people facing bereavement.
  • User-led voluntary organisation
    www.lifesigns.org.uk
    Self-injury guidance and support.
  • FRANK
    www.talktofrank.com
    Free, confidential advice about drugs.
  • Drink Aware
    www.drinkaware.co.uk
    Information for parents concerned about the effects of under-age drinking.
  • Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service
    www.cafcass.gov.uk
    Support for separated parents in Bristol.
  • Brook Young People
     www.brook.org.uk
    Sexual health and well-being. 
  • EACH Charity
     www.eachaction.org.uk
    Educational action challenging homophobia.

Road safety