‘Britain’s biggest snowflake’: Parents slam Brighton head teacher for banning children from playing tag because it's 'too rough' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

‘Britain’s biggest snowflake’: Parents slam Brighton head teacher for banning children from playing tag because it's 'too rough'

A head teacher has been branded 'Britain's biggest snowflake' for banning children from playing 'rough' contact games like tag.

Joanne Smith told pupils at Rudyard Kipling Primary School in Brighton, East Sussex, they had to play with 'gentle hands' - banning traditional games like 'it' or 'British Bulldog.'

Instead, children are being encouraged to hold hands or clap with each other while in the playground.

Parents of children at the school reacted with fury when they were told about the 'gentle hands' policy.

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