MPs are set to debate a petition calling for faculties to begin at 10:00 as a result of “youngsters are too drained”.
The controversy can be held on Monday 11 February after greater than 176,000 signed the net petition.
It reads: “Youngsters are so drained attributable to having to get up very early to get to high school.
“The federal government ought to require secondary faculties to begin later, which is able to result in elevated productiveness at college.”
Training is devolved to the Northern Irish and Welsh assemblies, and the Scottish Parliament.
The petition, began by Hannah Kidner, doesn’t specify which authorities she is petitioning.
UK Parliament debates petitions with greater than 100,000 signatures.
- Later lessons for ‘tired teenagers’
- Teenage lie-in to boost GCSE grades
- Wake-up call for later school starts
UK scientists mentioned in 2015 that beginning college at 10:00 may have big advantages for youngsters, with analysis suggesting that adolescents particularly have a late-running organic rhythm.
In 2014, college students within the sixth type of Hampton Courtroom college in Surrey started classes at 13:30 and completed at 19:00 in a trial to see if it improved focus.