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The report also highlights the difference in children’s experience of primary and secondary schools with children in year six, the top year of primary, much more likely to say they enjoy going to school (61%), compared with just 43% in year 8.
You point out the limits, but please don't brush this under the carpet on that basis. It is very important this gets raised in our society now.
I find British society to be very damaging to individuals. Look at the child abuse issues we have here that go to the very top of society and class. Don't get me started on bullying and abuse in the work place.
yes more time.Thanks.
originally posted by: Revolution9
originally posted by: disregard
Im sure the peodo ruling elite take great pleasure in the unhappiness of our children. In the u.k you get less time for raping an adult than you do for raping a child.
Children in the u.k are mostly latch key kids. Both parents working if they are lucky enough to have 2 parents. Add on the pressure of social media, closing of youth clubs and the fear of going out caused by gang culture and groomers.
Sports are too expensive whether playing or spectating.
The c of e schools no longer teach a christian ethos and are more likely to sing bob marley songs than hymns.
I think you meant get more time for raping an adult than a child, correct me if I'm wrong.
Well all that you say is true. How can I disagree when we read in the news the token sentences people like Rolf Harris get. The child abuse thing is mind blowing. A lot of that behaviour was learned in public school (see, school again) where the boys did not live with their parents and get proper emotional nurturing and instead where at the disposal of the bigger boys, equally as emotionally starved. Is it any wonder they became such monsters later in life?
I get so frustrated with the human race, really I do. We can go on playing the blame game, but that is really the laziest and least imaginative response. If only we could make the effort to deal with this. It starts in the schools. That is where it must stop. It is not just in the poor schools either. It is in the posh public schools, too. Like the study said, not a question of material resources as such.
originally posted by: Pluginn
a reply to: ChesterJohn
The Brits surely have some immigrants obsession.
So when British kids are unhappy / being bullied see how many come up with ''immigrants'' being the problem.