Childline


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Childline

[ˈtʃaɪldlaɪn] n (British)Allô enfance maltraitée
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Prestatyn ChildLine counsellor, George Mogel said: "Like me, hundreds of ChildLine volunteers will be spending Christmas not with their families, but seeing the other side of the festive season.
CHILDLINE is offering help to the thousands of teenagers who will be sitting exams this summer.
On Teesside, ChildLine Schools Service has already visited 122 schools and talked to 12,827 children.
Esther Rantzen and volunteers celebrate four years since the ChildLine Online base was launched in Cardiff
CHILDLINE is reminding young people in Wales that help is available if they feel anxious or worried about exams.
Then I heard that ChildLine were asking if anyone in the Glasgow BT office would be interested in volunteering.
I often meet people in their thirties who talk to me about the calls they made to ChildLine when they were children.
Judy Bedford, ChildLine manager for Yorkshire, said: "For some young people a barrier to contacting ChildLine is the fear of the unknown.
TELEVISION star Esther Rantzen unveiled artwork by a group of Merseyside schoolchildren when she visited volunteers and staff at the Liverpool ChildLine base.
Diamond Love, ChildLine Supervisor for ChildLine Yorkshire and North East said: "There can be so much pressure on young people to do well in their exams but their whole future is not determined by them.
ChildLine is also offering the following advice for parents and carers to help ease young people's exam stress and anxieties during the summer months: The ChildLine website has a special 'Beat exam stress' section for children and young people to visit.
PS3000 could enable ChildLine to answer calls from 33 children or young people ?