With A level and GCSE results due in the next two weeks, mental health charities have teamed up with pop stars, TV personalities and social media influencers to help tackle exam result stress.
They have created a digital magazine for Instagram called #Gramfam containing video messages, life advice and tips.
Contributors include Reggie Yates, James McVey from band The Vamps, Love Island star Dr Alex George and YouTuber Ruby Granger, who posts vlogs about revision techniques and exam stress.
Mental health charities the Campaign Against Living Miserably (Calm) and The Mix are also backing the project.
Calm chief executive Simon Gunning said: "We know that there are many pressures on students and young people so we hope that, with the help of some familiar Instagram faces, we can create a positive experience that entertains while also offering support to those who may be facing tough moments such as exams and results stress."
#Gramfam is the first of five so-called instazines to be released by Instagram, each coinciding with a key moment in the academic year.
The next one will be published in the Autumn and will focus on university freshers' week.
The Mix chief executive Chris Martin said: "For many young people, being a student is an exciting experience, but they can also face lots of challenges especially around exam results period.
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"Sadly, we have seen a shocking rise among students reporting poor mental health where such challenges become an overwhelming source of anxiety and sometimes even suicidal thoughts.
"The Mix is excited to be working with Calm to create #GramFam on Instagram. We want to bring together students, influencers and experts to create a positive community that works together to promote good mental health, whatever a young person is facing."