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Restructuring the school day: examples

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Last updated on 4 December 2015
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How have schools changed the times of their school day? We look at how four schools have restructured the school day and the reasons for doing so. We also link to another article about consulting on making changes to the school day.

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  1. 1 Staggering the school day
  2. 2 Starting and finishing the school day later
  3. 3 Increasing the length of lessons
  4. 4 Shortening the lunch break

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