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ReachOut can help young carer's though year 12 exams

Great resources for those entering year 12 exams from ReachOut

Theres Life After year 12

Prominent Australians have joined a campaign by leading online youth mental health organisation ReachOut to show Year 12 students that There’s Life After Year 12 Exams.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, Minister for Small Business KellyODwyer and Australias first Indigenous Minister Ken Wyatt have added their voices to a chorus of support for Year 12 students joining other MPs and Australians such as:

There’s Life After Year 12 Exams is a national campaign that’s designed to help Year 12 students manage
stress and anxiety at exam time, ReachOut Australia CEO Jono Nicholas said today.

Year 12 students often feel like there is only one path to their future, when there are many different
options, opportunities and career paths, Mr Nicholas said.

ReachOut are expecting to see large numbers of young people turn to their website over the coming months.

Mr Nicholas said while the approach to mental health support in Australian schools varies, there were
some outstanding schools in Australia providing excellent wellbeing support for students, particularly
those in Year 12.

To access the help tips for getting through exams and more, click here

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