Schools ban children making best friends


Schools ban children making best friends

By HARRY HAWKINS

The Sun

March 20, 2012

TEACHERS are banning schoolkids from having best pals — so they don’t get upset by fall-outs.

Instead, the primary pupils are being encouraged to play in large groups.

Educational psychologist Gaynor Sbuttoni said the policy has been used at schools in Kingston, South West London, and Surrey.

She added: “I have noticed that teachers tell children they shouldn’t have a best friend and that everyone should play together.

“They are doing it because they want to save the child the pain of splitting up from their best friend. But it is natural for some children to want a best friend. If they break up, they have to feel the pain because they’re learning to deal with it.”

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(Partisan Ranger Note: This sounds like pure madness, but I see a more sinister, and unfortunately insidious goal here.  Having a single friend–a best friend if you will–is an individualistic thing.  By discouraging that and encouraging children to operate in groups, they are encouraging collectivism and the loss of individualism.)

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One Response to Schools ban children making best friends

  1. Cromwellsheart says:

    Agreed, this is pure evil. Given also that London schools are cultural melting pots. Kids though will buck this themselves I am sure. My old friend from school soldiered with me, God took him but from childhood to his demise a better friend you could not have asked for.

    Things are fast approaching, and this kind of doctrine will be resigned to history.

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