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How Do My Child's Lifestyle Choices Affect Their Education? *


Lifestyle choices far and wide have an impact on anyone’s left of focus, determination and will when it comes to their studies. It doesn’t just affect adults, it has a serious impact on children’s ability to progress and do as well as they’d like in their studies. Even the smallest changes can impact a child’s education, which is why it’s important for parents to keep them focused and encouraging as much as they can.

In this guide from a grammar school in Surrey, we take a look at the biggest lifestyle choices to affect a child’s education.

Diet and exercise
Having a balanced diet is more than just retaining a healthy weight. It’s crucial to give them a range of nutrients and vitamins through the foods they eat. Having a nice range of fruits, vegetables, grains and carbohydrates, as well as other elements, will ensure they’re getting as much out of their eating as they can while still making room for those treats.

Exercise is also important. Children love to run around and play, so it’s a matter of giving them the facilities to work on these skills further. This can be in the form of new skills by playing sports, or picking up a new hobby outside of school. All schools will have a range of sports for kids to try during lesson times or at break times.

Sleep schedule
Having a good sleeping schedule is key for not just adults - children are greatly impacted if they have a rough time getting to sleep or getting up early. Ensure your child is heading to bed at the right time each night and look at ways to help them ease themselves to sleep better. Reading a book together is a good way to help this along, as well as removing devices that emit blue light (e.g. mobile phones, tablets or video games).


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