Keeping yourself safe
To keep yourself safe you need to make sure you are aware of all the potential dangers you come into contact with. The older you get and the more freedom you have, the more you will have to make sure you take care of yourself.
Keeping yourself safe doesn't just mean phoning home if you're out later than you expected, it's thinking about what and who around you could present any sort of risk.
Who can help
The following websites can give you advice on keeping yourself safe in a variety of different situations:
Relate - a Children & Young People's counselling service. A relate counsellor is independent from school and home life and provides counselling for children and young people with issues as far apart as depression and mental health to issues with parents or people at school. Visit http://www.relate.org.uk/young-people-counselling/index.html
Driving Safety - Young Drivers - National and local road safety issues are subject of regular publicity campaigns including the dangers of drinking and driving, speeding and the need to wear a seatbelt. http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/roadsafety