Web Sites for Girls
Inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold!
What you need to know about safe sex, pregnancy, body
image, self-destructive behaviour, sexual preference
and much more.
project Includes information for girls on how
to deal with
Check out the Library of Information on topics like
body and sexuality, sports, school, problems, depression,
Girl Site Network Check out Sharon Sheltons
tips on handling
conflict and anger.
Love Hurts A guide for girls on love, respect
and abuse in relationships.
of Youth: The Girl Child Why does the UN think
that girl children and girl teens face different issues
than boys? Find out about the special issues facing
girls around the world and take the Girl
Child Interactive Quiz.
Advice and Support on Bullying
Network Funded by the Scottish Executive and
based at Edinburgh University, this site contains a
wealth of information for teachers, pupils, parents
Life can be a misery when you're being bullied at school
and if you feel you don't have any friends. Here's help
and advice if you're having a hard time. There's information
on racist bullying, mobile phone bullying and advice
for staying safe.
Issues: Bullying Information on bullying with
advice about how to overcome it
ChildLine offers a free, confidential 24-hour helpline
for children and young people in the UK (Telephone 0800
for Education and Skills Anti-Bullying Site
Includes advice on what do to if you experience bullying
by mobile phone text messages or e-mail.
agony Teen web site with advice on what
to do about bullying.
Gangs and Violence
This website, from BBC Manchester, includes young people's
reactions to a report on gangs.
Other Useful Sites
An interactive site game that deals seriously with the
issues of race and racism in today's Britain.
Disorders Association Information and help on
all aspects of eating disorders including Anorexia Nervosa,
Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder and related eating
Your Fault A website for children, young people
and parents about divorce.
Info about a range of issues affecting children and
young people (sex, relationships, money, legal, health,
drugs, careers, housing).
Do you ever feel depressed? Worried about self-injury?
Mental illness in your family? Sexually abused? These
pages try to help you when you or someone you know is
troubled and where to find help.