More than a QUARTER of pupils in British schools suffer bullying every month, new figures suggest

According to the Daily Mail, discipline is still an issue in UK classrooms and pupils are in general more bullied and feel less happy than those in other countries.

One in four pupils in the UK – 25 per cent – say in most or every lesson their teacher has to wait a long time for students to quiet down.

Those in the UK who endured chaotic classrooms scored 30 points lower in reading than peers who reported disruption was rare.

In addition, 27 per cent of students in the UK reported being bullied at least a few times a month, compared to 23 per cent on average across Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries, (OECD)

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