The Head of an elite private school has lambasted the ‘overly mollycoddled’ generation of youngers for their lack of grit and sense of entitlement.
Douglas Robb, the Headmaster of Gresham’s, a Victorian red-brick in rural Norfolk that charges fees of up to £34,000, wrote in a blog post on the schools’ website that the younger “generation has come of age where many more individuals perceive themselves to be ‘one in a million’.”
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