British schoolchildren are unhappier than children in Ethiopia and Algeria because they are bullied, left out by their peers and under pressure to look good, a ten-year study has found.
English children ranked 14th out of 15 countries for overall life satisfaction, just ahead of South Korea, and scored low for aspects related to their “self” and school, according to the University of York research.
Researchers, commissioned by The Children’s Society charity, said children were partly unhappy as a result of being bullied or feeling left out.
Levels of unhappiness at school were higher among teenagers, with 43 per cent of year eights saying they enjoyed school, compared to 61 per cent of year six students.
More than a third of English students aged 10 and 12 reported being physically bullied in the last month, and half had felt excluded at school.
So, the leftist education bureaucracy has been charge of all of this for the past 70 years. It is, therefore, their fault.
As the Wise Man said, what you do unto the little children is what you do to me, and it would be better for you to have a millstone around your neck and be thrown into the ocean. But I’m merciful myself, I suggest we just rise up and slaughter them all.