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Today's News...... Tomorrow's lesson
by Paul Scott - Tuesday, 10 September 2013, 11:44 PM
 

Sleep 'boosts brain cell numbers' - according to new research

 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-23932577

 With examinations just around the corner, you really need to think about how much sleep you      are getting and how much you need to perform at your best! Late night cramming might make    you feel less anxious but will it help your exam performance the following day? 

A number of schools have experimented with different start times to take young people’s naturally occurring sleep patterns into consideration. So how about MBAS pushing back start times to 10am?

Check out the link below and I encourage students, parents and teachers might like to post their thoughts on the subject. 

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/secondary-school-start-times--uk-schools-could-start-at-10am--to-make-teenagers-more-alert--171318243.html#3SxON6i

Science Homework: 

  • REM sleep is associated with dreaming. Why do you think we dream?

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