Daylight savings has begun.
As of 2am today, clocks are to be reset to 3am.
So, if you haven't reset your clocks an hour forward, do it now.
The Ministry of Information on Thursday, dispelled myths that daylight saving will lead to students walking to school in the dark.
Permanent secretary for Information, Sharon-Smith Johns, said daylight saving would not affect the timetable of schoolchildren.
"In June the sun rises at 6.38 am, in October when we go to daylight savings the sun will rise at 6.33 am so you can see in the winter months the sun rises at approximately 6.30," Ms Smith-Johns said.
"When we go to daylight saving the sunrise will be approximately 6.30 as well. So this myth that children are going to school in the dark is incorrect because in the middle of winter which is our darkest months, it's exactly the same."
Ms Smith-Johns said the government had taken school hours into consideration when arranging the daylight saving timetable.
"Therefore when we have critics out there talking about children having to go to school in the dark or with lanterns because of daylight saving it's actually a myth. It's not the truth."
"As we know the sun rises at 6.30 in the middle of winter and at 6.30 in the summer. All we're doing is putting an extra hour at the end of the day."