Children who go to bed earlier tend to have better quality of sleep and, in turn, perform better in class. Photo: Sam Tsang
Katrina Rozga
Opinion

Opinion

EdTalk by Katrina Rozga

Do better sleep habits mean better grades at school?

The quality and quantity of sleep are vital to a growing, learning brain. When children go to bed, and when they wake up, are as important as how much sleep they get. A good routine, and good habits, are also vital to sleeping health

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Children who go to bed earlier tend to have better quality of sleep and, in turn, perform better in class. Photo: Sam Tsang
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