Aircraft noise hits childrens reading memory at school

The report says: ‘At school, students often get distracted from reading by the sounds they hear when children are in the classroom or even as they run around, with people outside the classroom talking over loudspeakers. For example, students might hear the clinking of a plate during a meal when they have a plate of sandwiches waiting for them, or the sound of a children’s alarm clock, a sign of a busy day.’

It says: ‘The Department for Education has found that it is impossible to measure whether the current level of noise and distraction from music and other entertainment has impacted children’s reading.’

It adds: ‘Children are affected by a range of factors including school noise, child health an라이브카지노d school safety, music selection and choice, school music and sound mix and a range of other aspects.

‘The Department does not recognise, and has에볼루션카지노 repeatedly stated, the evidence in the case law that children are better off without music, as music is ‘addictive’, or causes children to think they are less than they are.

‘We know, therefore, that music causes harmful distraction in children – some of it which is directly beneficial and some of it which can ‘free’ children from the negative impact of 로투스 바카라 중계music.

‘We therefore consider that, whilst education policy makers are considering the evidence, the Department will be considering whether to adopt a measure which would protect children’s right to free choice in the future.

‘We also recognise that, in any decision to restrict a child’s access to music, that decision would be made in the context of an adult’s judgement that children, and particularly older ones, do not need to hear music that causes them harm.

‘The Department does not recognise, and has repeatedly stated, the evidence in the case law that children are better off without music, as music is ‘addictive’, or causes children to think they are less than they are.’ The Department says it has also looked at the effect on children’s reading at school

‘Some parents have stated that children are no longer able to read music because they hear it as music or as background noise during the school day.

‘However, in a recent review by the Children’s Commissioner, we reviewed children’s reading through our policy and policy changes and found that it was still possible to continue to allow children’s access to music even though they do not use it.

‘We believe that a measure that would protect the right to have a free choice in music and soun