As most of you should already know, the British have been heavily criticized for their education system, and how they are "more like prison facilities" than "learning institutions". Strictest rules in the world and unlike America, students have absolutely no freedom of assembly and are forced to be branded like cattle by wearing school uniforms. Uniforms have been proven to have more negative effects on schools and on human behavior than positive. They also don't have high schools in England, they have little 11 and 12 year olds mixed up with teenagers, they don't separated 13-18 from the kids, like they do in America. Reasons (aside from the more obvious ones) that 11 and 12 year olds don't belong near teenagers: 1. Two entirely different maturity levels. 2. The teens have hit puberty and the kids have not. 3. That must wreak havok on dating out there, and especially on sex. Dating a 13 year old is a little strange, but still socially acceptable. If you tried dating a 12 year old you'd be a pedophile. 4. 11 and 12 year olds shouldn't be exposed to all the drug dealings and sex that goes on in high school. 5. If one were to get in a fight with the little kids, and they did not know they were little kids (though it's pretty obvious to spot the 12 year olds, since they stand out for being complete dumbasses), they could seriously injure or possibly even kill them, since they are such fragile creatures, they could also get in some real serious trouble for insulting a non-teen child and possibly serve time.