Talking to Someone


If you would like to talk to someone then please look at the information below. Here we have ways for children and young people, Parents, Carers and Staff to get in touch.

Below you find information for:

1.Children and Young People
2.Parents, Carers and Staff


1. Children and Young People

Over the next few weeks and months while the schools are closed, there is a Wellbeing Service for the children and young people in Stirling. The Wellbeing Service is there to talk to on the phone or contact through email if you are feeling worried, frustrated or anxious about COVID 19, isolation and impact on relationships, or your exams/education. 

There are 3 different ways you can contact someone in our team:

– Mind of My Own (message us)

– The Wellbeing Line (phone us)


Mind of My Own

While schools are closed, we know that you might not be able to speak to a teacher or another important adult at school that you might usually check-in with. This might be your pupil support teacher, your form tutor or your class teacher. If you feel like you would like to check in with someone, you can use Mind of My Own to alert us. A teacher from our virtual pupil support team will get back to you. To find out more information click here or click below to get started:



The Wellbeing Line (12yrs and over)

If you would like to talk to someone over the phone, we have set up the Wellbeing Line for children and young people 12 years an over.  The service is open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1.30pm to 4pm. This line is confidential and will not ask for any details unless concerned for your wellfare. 

Phone:  0800 015 3320




2. Advice Line (for Parents, Carers and Staff)

Stirling Council has set up a dedicated telephone advice line and email enquiry service for education staff, parents/carers and partners who are seeking advice about children and young people’s learning and wellbeing. You can complete an online form to get started here and someone will get back to you.

More information here: