Here is the full story from the guardian.
What say you? Are these UK teachers full of shit? They did contradict themselves no?
"Obesity, social exclusion, loneliness, physical fitness, sedentary solitary lives – these are all descriptions of children who are already hooked to games … Sadly there is a notable correlation between the children who admit to playing games and those who come to school really tired," she said.
Alison Sherratt, a teacher at Riddlesden St Mary's Church of England primary school in Keighley, West Yorkshire, said her four- and five-year-old pupils spend their breaks pretending to "throw themselves out of the window of the play car in slow motion" and act out blood "spurting from their bodies".
"We all expect to see rough and tumble, but I have seen little ones acting out quite graphic scenes in the playground and there is a lot more hitting, hurting and thumping in the classroom for no particular reason."
Wait so are they antisocial and not playing together or playing too violent?
When at the end of the day the answer is
parents ignored age restrictions on games. "The watershed tends to work quite well, but with online TV and video children and young people are probably watching inappropriate content over a range of media," she said.
"It's about reminding parents and carers that they have a very real responsibility for their children
Ah the good ol UK.