SUVA students are slowly adjusting to daylight saving.
Several principals in the Central Division said they've noticed students arriving late to school on Monday and Tuesday although the number of late arrivals was decreasing.
"Some students have come in late, which is normal because of adjustments to the daylight saving but we have been telling the whole school this is something we need to get used to," said Gospel Primary School headteacher Paula Manumanunitoga.
He said it would take time to adjust but he was confident students would get used to daylight saving soon. "One of my concerns was of students who live further from school travelling in the dark every morning.
"But the Ministry of Education has asked us to have teachers in school before 7am to cater for those students," Mr Manumanunitoga said.
Deenbandhoo Memorial School headteacher Hamidan Hanif said her students had no problems adjusting to the change in time.
"We had regular meetings with the parents before daylight saving informing them of the importance of having their children adjusting to the new time and of our time tables and school policies."
Daylight saving began on Sunday.