Online Activities

This section is aimed at young people. Our online interactive activities allow you to access Future Quest when and where you want to. 

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These two activities revolve around understanding and managing stress. We'll give you a ton of tips on how to manage your stress with various coping methods, as well as give you a more in depth understanding of what stress is and how it can affect your body.

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These activities focus on growing your confidence, by exploring what confidence is in an in-depth activity whilst sharing various tips on how to practise confidence for yourself.

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These activities look at misinformation online - you'll learn what it is and how it is used, as well as the various methods of misinformation, and how it can be harmful to others.

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These activities will give you an understanding of what independent learning is and how you can tailor it to your advantage - by exploring various study methods and gaining new and effective study skills.

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Together, with Bristol and South Gloucestershire Children's Uni, we have created a workbook for year 6 students to complete. There are lots of different interesting and fun activities for students to complete which will help support their transition into secondary school.

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These activities go through the various processes of finding part time work - from CV writing, to interviews, to how to present yourself within the role and the various skills you'll develop.

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Click here to find out more about Future Quest's new workshop 'Exploring Creative', which focuses on getting young people to think creatively, practically, and engage in a variety of different creative activities.

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