Wellbeing through sleep
Sleep is a growing problem among young people, with approximately 25% of 15-25 year olds struggling with sleep on a daily or weekly basis. We want to change this trend and invite you to join us on the journey.
Sleep affects our mood, energy levels and ability to cope with stress. Lack of sleep can lead to irritability, anxiety and even depression. It can also affect their ability to regulate emotions and make healthy decisions.
By prioritizing wellbeing through sleep, schools can help ensure children and young people get the rest they need, contributing to their physical and mental wellbeing.
It's an investment in the next generation and their ability to thrive both at school and in their personal lives.