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Tackling violence and aggression
Sleep lessons for schools
New films for kidney patients
Meet the Snow Fox
Guy’s Cancer Academy launches
New Crohn's treatment shows promise
Take on Challenge 150
Showing we care
Friends and Family Test – December
National maternity survey
Saved by a stranger
Artificial intelligence shows potential
A sign of support
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Sleep lessons for schools

Sleep experts from Evelina London have designed lesson plans for schools to help tackle sleep problems among young people.


The new resources have been developed jointly by the hospital’s department of children’s sleep medicine and the PSHE Association, a membership body for teachers.


Dr Charlie Tyack, clinical psychologist at Evelina London, says: “These lessons help young people to think realistically about how to give themselves the best chances of getting the sleep they need to reach their full potential.”