It’s spring again, which means the clocks are about to leap forwards by an hour. In many ways that’s lovely (yay, summer! ), but it also mean lighter evenings, unsettled routines and body clock adjustments for young children. If you’re dreading the first week of change, we’ve got a few ideas to help you maintain your child’s sleep pattern. These tip have been kindly provided by Tina Goldsmith, founder of Snuggle Sac, The Children’s Sleep Charity, and Sleep Sense consultant Judy Clark.