Your child's day is filled with new experiences, and at night, your child needs peace and comfort, so that all new impressions can be processed. Quality sleep boosts your child's ability to focus, remember and be creative, just as sleep is crucial to the successful development of your child's reading and mental maths skills.
Well-rested children are healthier and happier. They have more energy and a better starting point for learning, than children who have had a poor night’s sleep.
Our brains aren’t fully developed until the age of 21, and until then a good night's sleep is one of the brain's most important building blocks. It is especially necessary for younger children to enjoy a good, long sleep every night.
Learn more about how to create the perfect sleep for your little one in our sleep guide.