Headteacher slams Millennials' 'one-in-a-million job' expectations

Headteacher slams Millennials' 'one-in-a-million job' expectations

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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