Have you just received your A-level results? Are you wondering what to do next?
Whether your grades are great, or not quite what you'd hoped for, you might be left feeling unsure as to what you should do next.
The BBC have published a useful Q & A for students getting their A-level results:What if my A-level results are not what I hoped for?
The National Careers Service provide a free and impartial careers advice service for young people and adults: Find out more here on teenwirral.
The government has changed the law to increase the age at which young people are required to participate in education or training. This is called Raising the Participation Age, or RPA.
From 2013, young people are required to continue until the end of the academic year in which they turn 17, and until their 18th birthday from 2015.
So will I have to stay at school?
This does not necessarily mean you have to stay on at school after Year 11 if you don't want to, as you will have a choice about how...
Cheshire FA and Wirral Council are currently running a Youth 5 a-side Respect League for 16-21 year olds at The Oval, in Bebington.
The U:2:1 League runs on Mondays from 6 - 7pm, on the 3G pitches at the Oval.
With a cost to players of just £2 per game, the league has been organised to meet the need for accessible, affordable opportunities for young males to get back into football on the Wirral. Also, to build a 2-way relationship with local 11 a-side leagues, whose clubs can make use of the U:...
This Olympic Summer, Active All Sports are running a Paralympic Week of FREE activities for disabled children and young people.
Paralympic Week will give children with a disability and specific needs and their families the opportunity to take part in some Paralympic Sports in partnership with some of Wirral’s well established sports clubs. All participants will have the chance to take part in friendly competition and win a Paralympic medal and certificate!
From Boccia and Badminton to...
This Summer, Wirral Multicultural Centre are offering FREE fun family workshops!
Sessions run in the mornings and afternoons on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 14th August to 23rd August.
Tuesday 14th August &Thursday 16th August
Mask making and examples of different types of masks.Exploring the meaning of colour & symbols.
Tuesday 14th August &Thursday 16th August
Henna, followed by Bollywood Dance!
Tuesday 21st August &...
A Wirral Council library is to host educational sessions for young people keen to learn about digital media.
Create Multimedia use the workshops to teach attendees how to use graphics software to animate computer generated images and photographs, and to create their own animations, comics and graphic novels using digital cameras and Apple Mac’s. The workshops are designed for children between the ages of seven and fourteen, and are suitable for both boys and girls.
The next session will take...
The rescheduled Sand Sculpture event that was due to take place on 21st August 2012 at Fort Perch Rock beach has unfortunately had to be cancelled due to organisers only receiving a low number of entries.
The lucky winner of the competition at Youthfest 2012 for an iPod shuffle has been selected.
Liv, who is 14 and lives in Greasby, was delighted to hear that she had won! The competition, which was run at this Year's Youthfest in Birkenhead Park, involved young people giving their feedback about teenwirral and leaving their contact details, which were then entered into a draw. It was Liv's entry which was randomly chosen, out of those submitted by the many young people who attended the festival...
Has all the Olympic action of London 2012 got you thinking about sport?
Are you thinking about maybe getting involved? Trying your hand at something new, or even starting up something again which you used to do?
Wirral has lots and lots of sports clubs, which offer a huge range of different sports. From Athletics and Badminton to Volleyball and Windsurfing, a huge range of Olympic sports are available to take part in across Wirral!
Download the Wirral Olympics Sports Directory here and check...
Are you bored this summer? Counting down the days until you're back at school?!?
Ok, so maybe not, but just in case you are stuck for something to do, here at teenwirral we thought we'd give you a little round-up of some of the fun stuff going on locally - lots of which is free!!!
Free Spinning, Football and Swimming!!
Music Nights just for 13 to 19s!
Free Multicultural Family Fun Workshops
Free Youth Club afternoon drop in at Albany Hall, Tranmere
Free Rampworx sessions in Moreton and Eastam...